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  • Run node.js application in the background as service easily

    Simplest way I found is too install the node.js application named "forever" Just install forever in your server like: sudo npm install -g forever Then you can run your application as service like (inside your actual node application): forever start bot.js To kill the service: Show the forver process list: forver list Will return something like this: info: Forever processes running data: uid command script forever pid id logfile uptime data: [0] 1RSg /root/.nvm/versions/node/v9.5.0/bin/node bot.js 20554 20560 /root/.forever/1RSg.log 0:0:10:44.34400000000005 Then get the forever id which is from the sample above is [0] and stop the process like this: forever stop 0