On Thu, 19 Oct 2000, Roycroft, Bryan wrote:
> What do the option with this kill command do "kill -HUP <file>
>Emm, well, you don't kill a file, you kill a process or a pid.
the -HUP option will restart the process, like if you wanted to restart a
nameserver or the like, it would have more or less the same result of
doing an /etc/rc.d/init.d/named restart or ndc restart (but by HUPing it
keeps the same PID)
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