Re: Automatically restart daemons
On Wed, 2 Jun 1999, David Bristel wrote:
> Restarting daemons should generally be done through the appropriate /etc/init.d
> script(start-stop daemon). While I too have been known to HUP named and inetd
> when I want to restart them, it's not the "proper" way to do it.
If we were to implement such a system it would be good to have scripts to
restart only the daemon in question; inetd cannot be restarted without
also restarting portmap. I took the extract from the only system I have
seen which has such a system. It used to be a Debian system although you
have to try hard to find any trace of that now.
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