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ONOS "service" configuration files
In order to run ONOS as a "service," whose execution is managed
by the OS, you can install an appropriate configuration/startup file.
onos.initd: startup file for SysV/init.d-based systems
usually installed as /etc/init.d/onos
onos.conf: configuration for upstart-based systems
usually installed as /etc/init/onos.conf
onos.service: configuration for systemd-based systems
currently calls /etc/init.d/onos start
usually installed as /etc/systemd/system/onos.service
The reason why onos.service currently calls /etc/init.d/onos
is because the init.d script fixes permissions that are required
by onos-service (such as /opt/onos/apps.)