in my senario I have an linux service on computer that need to run after a service in computer B(computer A and B are in same network).how can I use system.d to do this job?
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There are several solutions to this scenario, the simplest solution is to write a bash script like bellow.
before that you should set
ssh-key between 2 linux computer.
at first open a file.
and Put the following line in it.
#!/bin/bash ssh root@computerA 'systemctl start YOURServicName'
now you need to run this bash Script as SystemD Service in computer B.
[Unit] Description=My Shell Script [Service] ExecStart=/usr/bin/script.sh [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
for more info use this link.
You need to add this line in your B.service file:
I hope my explanation was useful.