Restore the server with the button inside the droplet configuration and now the apache, mysql and ssh services do not start

One day I needed to restore the server due to a problem that occurred with the wordpress that I had installed that was disabled and needed a quick solution. I gave him the option to restore from the droplet control panel that he had from a few days previous. When the server was restarted (without writing any command) I noticed that the services did not start automatically and now every time I turn off or restart the server, I have to start them manually

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Assuming you’re on Ubuntu,

systemctl enable apache2 mysql

Link for references.

Ps: MySQL is dead, I highly recommend using mariadb instead. All MySQL commands work and databases but you should do a dump just to be safe.

it works, comment inside fstab, becouse i make a swap memory before, after i commented its works fine. Thkx