Orchid Fusion VMS runs on Red Hat as a service. If you need to enable, check the status, start, or stop the service, you can do this from the command line.

  • Fusion: This service supports the Orchid Fusion VMS server that manages registered Orchid Core VMS servers and provides access to video from those servers.


  • In Red Hat, you have to enable the Orchid Fusion VMS service. This will allow the service to automatically start on bootup and restart in the case of failure.
  • After you start the service, you should configure the firewall.
  • After you’ve configured your Orchid Fusion VMS properties and started the service, you should check the service status to verify Orchid Fusion VMS is running.
  • You will need to restart the service whenever a change has been made to the Orchid Fusion VMS configuration file.

To manage the Orchid Fusion VMS service:

  1. Type the following command: sudo systemctl (command) fusion.service, where the command is enable, start, stop, or status. Then press Enter.


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