correct way to specify init script for jetty

hi
i am currently using the jetty.sh file in my init.d directory
so that when the system restarts the jetty server starts up. is that a proper way ?
or is there is a better way to write init script for it ?

thanks
Rohit BajajAsked:
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gheistCommented:
There are no other places for SystemV init scripts.
You may get more non-portable by writing upstart and systemd scripts, but gained efficiency is second or less at system startup, so i'd recommend to fine-tune init script in case it does not work with upstart (Ubuntu LTS,RHEL6,debian 7) or systemd (Ubuntu latest, opensuse, rhel7,debian8)
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