About the automatic startup

Article:HOWTO59397  |  Created: 2011-10-04  |  Updated: 2011-10-04  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO59397
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About the automatic startup

Table: Control Center processes and services describes the processes that make up the Symantec Message Filter Control Center.

Table: Control Center processes and services

Process Name in UNIX

Service name in Windows

Description

java

Tomcat

Tomcat Java servlet container

Serves the pages that make up the Control Center.

mysqld

MySql

MySQL server

Processes requests to retrieve and store data in the MySQL database, such as Scanner configuration data or quarantined spam messages.

The installer configures MySQL and Tomcat (if installed) processes to start automatically when the computer is turned on. If you launch the product immediately after installation, these processes may require 15-60 seconds to begin.

On Linux and Solaris, the processes that make up the Control Center are configured to run as daemons. Startup scripts are installed in /etc/init.d and links are created in the appropriate /etc/rc* directory.

On Windows, the services that make up the Control Center are configured to a startup type of "Automatic."

See Before you install the Symantec Message Filter Control Center.


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