Specifying a server in `stardog-admin server start`

Created by Steve Place, Modified on Tue, 19 Sep 2023 at 10:48 AM by Steve Place

The command `stardog-admin server start` ignores anything passed in via the `--server` flag, since any remote server you're trying to start, by definition, wouldn't be running to accept the command. In order to start your remote server, you need to `ssh` into the remote server (see a guide to that here) and start it with `stardog-admin server start` or `systemctl start stardog`.

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