Ruben van Erk

Ruben van Erk

Planned

I would like to disable services entirely so a service won't restart on a server boot. Particularly helpful for insights. The 'fix it for me' only stops a service, the stopped service then restarts on a server reboot.

Dennis

Dennis

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@Ruben-Van-Erk I'm not sure if we're going to implement this from out the panel, however, you can actually disable services yourself.

Make sure to log in as root user and run this command:

systemctl disable supervisor

Replace supervisor with any service you want to disable upon boot.

Alex

Alex

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I have the same feeling that stopping a service in the dashboard should also disable it. I mean why else the insight if it “fixes it” and comes back after every kernel update reboot? It puzzled me for quite some time why services kept starting themselfs again.

Dennis

Dennis

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@Alex I agree on the "Fix it for me" button it should disable on boot, but when you press "Stop", I don't see it as more value to also disable on boot. I'd rather have a separate button/setting for disabling it completely.

Alex

Alex

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That is also awesome, but I think there should be a way to permanently disable a service. If not the stop button then many another button somewhere or maybe a switch or something. But it be really nice to be able to do it without creating scripts to do it (it's easy sure, but not very ergonomical IMHO. It's ofcourse up to you if and how you'd like to handle it :)

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Add option to enable/disable services

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