The rhq-server.sh script can be managed by the init
process so that the server starts automatically when the system boots. This
also allows the server process to be managed by services like service and
chkconfig

Environment :

Red Hat JBoss Operations
Network (ON) 3.3
Step 1 :

Copy the rhq-server.sh script into the /etc/init.d/
directory.

cp
serverRoot/bin/rhq-server.sh /etc/init.d/

Step 2 :

Edit the /etc/init.d/rhq-server.sh script to set the RHQ_SERVER_HOME
variable to the JBoss ON server install directory and the RHQ_SERVER_JAVA_HOME
variable to the appropriate directory for the JVM.
For example:

RHQ_SERVER_HOME=serverRoot/jon-server-3.3.0.GA
RHQ_SERVER_JAVA_HOME=/usr/
Step 3 :

Edit the /etc/init.d/rhq-server.sh script, and add the following lines
to the top of the file, directly under #!/bin/sh
#!/bin/sh
#chkconfig: 2345 95 20  
#description: JBoss Operations Network Server
#processname: run.sh
The last two numbers in the #chkconfig: 2345 95 20 line specify the
start and stop priority, respectively, for the JBoss ON server

Step 4 :

Add the service to the chkconfig service management command, and verify
that it was added properly

chkconfig –add rhq-server.sh
chkconfig rhq-server.sh –list
Step 5 :

Set the rhq-server.sh service to run at run level 5

chkconfig –level 5 rhq-server.sh on
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