I went to add a couple services this morning (I'm used to systemd) to my phabricator EC2 instance this morning. I quickly realized that the standard
systemctl commands I am used to don't exist. A little research later and I realize that Ubuntu 14.04 does uses upstart by default instead of systemctl.
I found a couple possible solutions (a ppa for systemctl in Ubuntu 14.04, and systemctl in Ubuntu 16). I'd like to avoid a dist-upgrade at the moment as I'm trying to avoid anything that could cause more work with product release looming.
The weird thing is the bitnami AMI has a
/etc/systemd folder and
/etc/systemd/system does have other
.service files in it. I know the AMI has
/opt/bitnami/ctlscript.sh, but I'm not entirely sure how I could begin to add another service to it as I am unsure if it is actually doing anything with systemd to begin with or if it is directly managing processes itself.
Any help or research suggestions are appriciated!