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Ahsay Server will not start automatically on Linux install

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Hi,

I have had a small install of a backup program called Ahsay running on a Thecus NAS only thing i can never get going is the Service (Server program) starting automatically on the linux NAS.

Which means if the NAS reboots and i do not notice it has the clients can not backup to it.

I am not great at Linux, good at taking instructions and carrying out but not diagnosing  by myself

So, can some one talk me through step by step on how to get this service starting automatically with out my doing it manually after a reboot

The command to start the service i type to start it manaully is:

 /etc/init.d/obsr start

Thanks Adam
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Mahesh Y earned 500 total points
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Check the logs of the application ..where the path of logs will be in application config file..
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Ahsay, have also come onboard with this and found that the NAS Server it is running on does not have enough Memory they are thinking so i am upgrading from 256 to 1GB which hopefully should fix.

Thanks Adam
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