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How to check if Jira server is installed as a service or not?

Hello, in Atassian documentation I see a lot of cases and actions to trigger that depend on that Jira is installed as a service or not.

On a Windows machine, how can I check if Jira and Atlassian servers are installed as a services or not?

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Open the Services app (Windows+R services.msc). If you see Atlassian Jira and it is running, then you know that it is installed and running as a service. If you see Atlassian Jira and it is not running, but Jira is still working, then it is installed as a service, but has been started manually (using start.bat). If Jira is working and not in the Services list, then you know it is running manually.

Try 

systemctl --type=service

That should list all of the installed services in your Linux system 

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