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systemctl - command line utility to manage services without SystemD


systemctl [options] command [name...]


show this help message and exit
Show package version
Connect to system manager (default)
Connect to user service manager
List units of a particual type
List units with particular LOAD or SUB or ACTIVE state
Show only properties by this name
Show all loaded units/properties, including dead empty ones. To list all units installed on the system, use the 'list-unit-files' command instead
Don't ellipsize unit names on output (never ellipsized)
Show reverse dependencies with 'list-dependencies' (ignored)
Specifiy how to deal with already queued jobs, when queuing a new job (ignored)
When showing sockets, explicitly show their type (ignored)
When shutting down or sleeping, ignore inhibitors (ignored)
Who to send signal to (ignored)
Which signal to send (ignored)
Start or stop unit in addition to enabling or disabling it
Suppress output
Do not wait until operation finished (ignored)
Do not print a legend (column headers and hints)
Don't send wall message before halt/power-off/reboot (ignored)
Don't reload daemon after en-/dis-abling unit files (ignored)
Do not ask for system passwords
When enabling unit files, override existing symblinks / When shutting down, execute action immediately
Apply only enable, only disable, or all presets [all]
Enable unit files in the specified root directory (used for alternative root prefix)
Number of journal entries to show (ignored)
change journal output mode [short, ..., cat] (ignored)
Print unit dependencies as a list instead of a tree (ignored)
Do not pipe output into pager (ignored) for coverage (e.g. spawn,oldest,sleep) []
..override settings in the syntax of 'Environment='
..increase debugging information level
-4, --ipv4
..only keep ipv4 localhost in /etc/hosts
-6, --ipv6
..only keep ipv6 localhost in /etc/hosts
-1, --init
..keep running as init-process (default if PID 1)

use 'help' command for more information

August 2020 systemctl 1.4.4181