Seth David Schoen
schoen at uclink4.berkeley.edu
Fri Oct 16 00:02:31 PDT 1998
> > Or you can kill and restart inetd; this is what I usually do.
> You mean your net connections, etc. survive it?
They probably should; I think they get their own program groups, so that
they don't receive the signal when inetd does. If you send a SIGHUP, though,
then existing network connections _definitely_ survive.
Seth David Schoen L&S '01 (undeclared) / schoen at uclink4.berkeley.edu
He said, "This is what the king who will reign over you will do." And they
said, "Nay, but we will have a king over us, that we also may be like all the
nations." (1 Sam 8) http://ishmael.geecs.org/~sigma/ http://www.loyalty.org/
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