Generic way to restart servers?
joshualokken at attbi.com
Mon Apr 14 11:33:09 PDT 2003
* Paul Hoffman (phoffman at proper.com) wrote:
==> Hi again. I want to write a script that will restart named. Right now I
==> kill -9 `cat /var/run/named.pid`
==> /usr/local/sbin/named -c /etc/named.conf
==> Other BSDs have the rc.d concept, but it is often kind of kludgy,
==> particularly when some servers come from the ports collection. Does
==> FreeBSD have a generic way to shutdown and restart servers such as
==> named and sendmail and apache?
I don't know which version of apache you use, but with apache2, there's
the apachectl tool.
# apachectl stop|start|graceful , etc.
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