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Starting and Stopping Zoom Services (Linux)

Step-by-step guide to starting and stopping Zoom Services on RedHat and CentOS Linux

For information on how to start and stop services for a Windows Server, see Starting and Stopping Zoom Services (Windows)

 

The following instructions describe how to properly stop Zoom Services on RedHat and CentOS Linux.

Start Zoom Server and Preview Server

Please follow the following procedures for starting Zoom Services:

  1. In Terminal, run the following command to start the Zoom Server Service:
    $ sudo service zoom start
  2. In Terminal, run the following command to start the Zoom Preview Server Service:
    $ sudo service preview-server start

Stop Zoom Server and Preview Server

Please follow the following procedures for stopping Zoom Services:

  1. In Terminal, run the following command to stop the Zoom Server Service:
    $ sudo service zoom stop
  2. In Terminal, run the following command to stop the Zoom Preview Server Service:
    $ sudo service preview-server stop

Zoom Client Proxy Service

In Zoom 5.2 or greater, you can optionally configure and run the zoom client proxy on Linux server machines if you want to avail of the services like Hot Folder ingests. The commands to start and stop the client proxy service is similar to the ones listed above.

  1. In Terminal, run the following command to start the Zoom Client Proxy Service:
    $ sudo service zmclientproxy start
  2. In Terminal, run the following command to stop the Zoom Client Proxy Service:
    $ sudo service zmclientproxy stop