I want to start the sybase ASE and backup server at the time of linux startup.
I dont want to issue any startserver command on command prompt. after logging to sybase login.
but i can create a .sh script for startserver command.
Can i execute this script at the time of linux startup?
Or is there any other way to start the servers while linux startup ?
Many distros have an empty script provided as standard, that is intended for such purposes. On a ubuntu system, it is /etc/rc.local (and I seem to remember it was called boot.local when I was using SuSE).
Simply add the line needed to start the server to this script (or create your script, and run it from here).