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Change Runlevel In Rhel 7/Centos 7 With Systemd Using Systemctl

The RHEL 7 / CentOS 7 comes with systemd (System Management Daemon) which is a init system uses target instead of Runlevel Numbers but the concept is the same.

To List, all active units/services just run the below command.

[root@oracledb ~]# systemctl list-units ---> To list all Units/Services
Or you can filter the unit list to find targets by using the below command.

Read More - https://www.itsmarttricks.com/change-runlevel-in-rhel-7-centos-7-with-systemd-using-systemctl/
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