The HRM daemon consists of two parts, the actual queue manager (a PHP process)
and a shell-based wrapper in
$HRM_BIN/hrm_queuemanager that prepares the
environment, checks the config, launches the queue manager and cleans up after
the process has terminated.
The configuration file for the HRM daemon is
You should never start the PHP process directly as unpredicted effects will happen, in worst case including damage to the HRM database.
Depending on whether your Linux installation is using a “classical”
like init system (including
upstart) or the more modern
systemd, you will
need to follow different instructions. Please note that
systemd is the
default in recent versions of Debian and RedHat-based systems.