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 === Proxy process === === Proxy process ===
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 +== If installed as package ==
  
 Zabbix proxy runs as a daemon process. The proxy can be started by executing: Zabbix proxy runs as a daemon process. The proxy can be started by executing:
  
-  shell> ​cd sbin +  shell> ​service zabbix-proxy start 
-  shell> ./​zabbix_proxy+ 
 +This will work on most of GNU/Linux systems. On other systems you may need to run: 
 + 
 +  shell> ​/etc/init.d/zabbix-proxy start 
 + 
 +Similarly, for stopping/​restarting/​viewing status of Zabbix proxy, use the following commands: 
 + 
 +  shell> service zabbix-proxy stop 
 +  shell> service zabbix-proxy restart 
 +  shell> service zabbix-proxy status 
 + 
 +== Start up manually == 
 + 
 +If the above does not work you have to start it manually. Find the path to the zabbix_proxy binary and execute: 
 + 
 +  shell> ​zabbix_proxy
  
 You can use the following command line parameters with Zabbix proxy: You can use the following command line parameters with Zabbix proxy:
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 <​note>​Runtime control is not supported on OpenBSD and NetBSD.</​note>​ <​note>​Runtime control is not supported on OpenBSD and NetBSD.</​note>​
  
-Examples of command line parameters:+Examples of running Zabbix proxy with command line parameters:
  
   shell> zabbix_proxy -c /​usr/​local/​etc/​zabbix_proxy.conf   shell> zabbix_proxy -c /​usr/​local/​etc/​zabbix_proxy.conf