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regards.

I have bitcoind installed on my VPS using ubuntu 18.04 server, and I want to configure it to autostart when system starts, I know two options to make it happend, the first is this:

systemctl enable bitcoind

the second is this but substituting the program with your bitcoind binary

so which is better? what are the differences between those?

Thanks in advance.

  • There’s a suitable systemd configuration for bitcoind in the contrib directory. – Anonymous Nov 23 '19 at 20:22
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You could add a cron program that runs on startup, creates a temp file to say it has already ran, and then execute. This makes it so that every time cron tries to run the program, it turns out empty.

Example:

touch /tmp/btc.true
[ ! -f /tmp/btc.true ] && sudo -u $USER sh -c 'HOME=~$USER; bitcoind -daemon'
exit 0
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  • That’s awful. There’s a @reboot flag for cron if you want to be hacky. – Anonymous Nov 24 '19 at 17:39
  • Ok, I'm noobie in this theme, I really dont understand so well... My main question is why not to use systemctl enable bitcoind? – Daveeee Nov 25 '19 at 18:11

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