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+Managing the glusterd Service
+=============================
+
+After installing GlusterFS, you must start glusterd service. The
+glusterd service serves as the Gluster elastic volume manager,
+overseeing glusterfs processes, and co-ordinating dynamic volume
+operations, such as adding and removing volumes across multiple storage
+servers non-disruptively.
+
+This section describes how to start the glusterd service in the
+following ways:
+
+- ?
+
+- ?
+
+> **Note**
+>
+> You must start glusterd on all GlusterFS servers.
+
+Starting and Stopping glusterd Manually
+=======================================
+
+This section describes how to start and stop glusterd manually
+
+- To start glusterd manually, enter the following command:
+
+ `# /etc/init.d/glusterd start `
+
+- To stop glusterd manually, enter the following command:
+
+ `# /etc/init.d/glusterd stop`
+
+Starting glusterd Automatically
+===============================
+
+This section describes how to configure the system to automatically
+start the glusterd service every time the system boots.
+
+To automatically start the glusterd service every time the system boots,
+enter the following from the command line:
+
+`# chkconfig glusterd on `
+
+Red Hat-based Systems
+---------------------
+
+To configure Red Hat-based systems to automatically start the glusterd
+service every time the system boots, enter the following from the
+command line:
+
+`# chkconfig glusterd on `
+
+Debian-based Systems
+--------------------
+
+To configure Debian-based systems to automatically start the glusterd
+service every time the system boots, enter the following from the
+command line:
+
+`# update-rc.d glusterd defaults`
+
+Systems Other than Red Hat and Debain
+-------------------------------------
+
+To configure systems other than Red Hat or Debian to automatically start
+the glusterd service every time the system boots, enter the following
+entry to the*/etc/rc.local* file:
+
+`# echo "glusterd" >> /etc/rc.local `