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Re: Restart on if something changed?

From: Doug Chapman
Subject: Re: Restart on if something changed?
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 09:09:30 -0800

For copy's, just use define=reloadsshd in your copy: stanza, then you can create a shell commands section to restart.  You'll need to hold back the copy operation with any time/date/machine classes to avoid a business hours restart.

    "/sbin/service sshd restart" inform=false

(or use motd- no need to restart)

On 1/26/06, PAUL WILLIAMSON <address@hidden> wrote:
How can I tell a process to restart only if a certain file has changed?

We just changed the way our login banners are supposed to occur.
Before, they appeared prior to login, so I could just use the
sshd_config file and specify an banner in the file.  Now, I need
to present the banner after login.  In order to do this, I need to
restart sshd.  But, I don't want to restart sshd during the
middle of the day or when the sshd_config file hasn't changed.


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