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Talend Remote Engine is based on Apache Karaf. Karaf Service Wrapper makes it possible to install the Remote Engine as a Linux service.


  1. Stop the engine if it is running.
    If your engine is running tasks, you can follow this procedure to gracefully shut down Talend Remote Engine.
  2. Open a terminal instance.
  3. Browse to the bin folder of the Talend Remote Engine installation directory and run the following command to create OS service wrapper files for the talend-remote-engine service.
    ./shell wrapper:install -n talend-remote-engine
    The following files are created in the <RemoteEngineInstallationDirectory>/bin folder:
    • talend-remote-engine-wrapper
    • talend-remote-engine-service
    • talend-remote-engine.service

    The talend-remote-engine-wrapper.conf file is created in the <RemoteEngineInstallationDirectory>/etc folder. In this wrapper configuration file, you can customize the JVM properties for the engine service.

  4. Copy the talend-remote-engine.service file to /etc/systemd/system and reload the system.


    cp /app/Talend-RemoteEngine-V2.9.0/bin/talend-remote-engine.service /etc/systemd/system/
    systemctl daemon-reload
  5. Register the service.
    systemctl enable /etc/systemd/system/talend-remote-engine.service
  6. When you need to uninstall the service, do the following:
    1. Stop the engine if it is running.
    2. Run the following command to uninstall the Talend Remote Engine service:
      systemctl disable /etc/systemd/system/talend-remote-engine.service

      When using the systemctl command, the service is disabled at system boot.