It's working fine now. We should give the default target of the system for *WantedBy= *of the Install section. So I used graphical.target in the Install section and it fixed my issue.
Thanks for the information. -- Regards, Raghavendra. H. R (Raghu) On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 3:12 PM, Raghavendra. H. R <raghuh...@gmail.com> wrote: > I ran *"systemctl enable test.service" *but when I restart it shows only > that the service is only enabled but not active and running. > > Here is the status of test.service > > *? test.service - Hey Bings* > * Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/test.service; enabled)* > * Active: inactive (dead)* > > > For *WantedBy= *which attribute should be given, whether it is > "default.target" or the default target of the system ? > Running *systemctl get-default* shows graphical.target as the default > target. > > -- > Regards, > > Raghavendra. H. R > (Raghu) > > On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 2:59 PM, Andrei Borzenkov <arvidj...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 12:23 PM, Raghavendra. H. R <raghuh...@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> > Hi All, >> > >> > I'm a newbie in Systemd init system and I'm trying to auto boot/start my >> > service in systemd. But my service gets only enabled and it never runs >> > automatically. >> > >> > I modifying my unit file to depend on sysinit.target and >> multi-user.target >> > by making use of I used After= this also didnt help. >> > >> > I would like to do something in my unit file from which systemd starts >> my >> > service automatically after starting it's own system related services. >> > >> >> There is no such thing as "own systemd services". All services are >> equal (but some are more equal than others :) >> >> > Can anyone help me regarding this ? >> > >> > >> > My sample service >> > ============= >> > [Unit] >> > Description=Hey Bings >> > >> > [Service] >> > ExecStart="Run an executable" >> > >> > [Install] >> > WantedBy=multi-user.target or sysinit.target >> > >> >> sysinit.target is wrong, it should never be used for normal service. >> multi-user.target should work as long as it is your default target (or >> dependency of default target). >> >> You did run "systemctl enable your.service", did not you? What >> "systemctl status your.service" says? >> > >
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