Systemd service template
manuel.voss last edited by
I managed to install FusionAuth on Ubuntu. Went by the official guides and ran
sh -c "curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/FusionAuth/fusionauth-install/master/install.sh | sh -s - -z"
Taken from https://fusionauth.io/download/.
This properly installed FusionAuth. After some fiddling around with the database setup, I can now run
/var/lib/fusionauth/bin/startup.shand FusionAuth will be up and running.
According to the documentation, services for systemd should have been installed, but that somehow didn't happen. So I can't call
systemctl start fusionauth-app, also there is no file at
In order to still have FA running as a service, I created a quick systemd service configuration:
[Unit] Description=FusionAuth [Service] Type=forking ExecStart=/var/lib/fusionauth/bin/startup.sh [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
Sadly, this doesn't work. Does anyone have a working service definition or are there some templates?
dan last edited by
Hmmm. I think you might be looking for the deb installation method, rather than the zipfile.
https://fusionauth.io/direct-download/ has the links.
robotdan last edited by
@dan said in Systemd service template:
To Add to what @dan mentioned, you can install
.rpmpackages using the fast path install method. It will default to zip file installation.
For additional ways to call it - see the Fast Path install guide.