How to run xmrig-proxy as a service

Create a systemd service unit for it.

See the examples on the man page. The simplest example shows how easy it can be to create a service unit:





Store this unit under /etc/systemd/system/xmrigproxy.service, then reload systemd to read this unit file with:

$ sudo systemctl daemon-reload

Start the service with:

$ sudo systemctl start xmrigproxy.service

And enable it during startup with:

$ sudo systemctl enable xmrigproxy.service

You can check the status of the service with:

$ systemctl status xmrigproxy.service

View the output of the program by using:

$ journalctl -u xmrigproxy.service -f

One thought on “How to run xmrig-proxy as a service

  • oggo

    Excellent, thank you very much, do you know how you can check the workers ?? or is it imposible when running as a service? thanks again !!

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