SQL Server On Linux Service Commands

Andrew Peterson shows how to start, stop, and restart the SQL Server service on Linux:

Start Service

                 sudo systemctl start mssql-server

He also shows how to do a status check.  This is for distributions which use systemd, which includes the Red Hat distribution set (Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise).  If you’re on Ubuntu, there’s no support quite yet, but you can use start and stop.

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