Switching runlevels (was Re: [ILUG] change server IP's)
conor.daly at met.ie
Mon Mar 12 18:19:54 GMT 2001
On Mon, Mar 12, 2001 at 06:05:34PM +0000 or thereabouts, Dave Airlie wrote:
> but in your friends case X hand't existed so was still running .. so why
> would init have kicked it? yu need to do a killall X in that case and let
> init re-spawn it .. or maybe killall xdm....
> init can only respawn somthing that has died..
I don't remember the details now but something had died in this case and
needed a restart. T'would be nice to have a "telinit -r" option where init
restarts everything in the current runlevel though. (read the source time).
> On Mon, 12 Mar 2001, Conor Daly wrote:
> > Incidentally, is there any way to *restart* a particular runlevel's process
> > w/o having to manually restart them all? Someone had a problem with a hung
> > console / X but could ssh in and I suggested "telinit 1; sleep 20; telinit
> > 5" to get the box back in order. Now, what I would like is to be able to
> > do, from runlevel 5, "telinit 5" and have anything that is not running be
> > started or have everything for that runlevel be restarted. At present,
> > telinit appears to check its current runlevel and, if that's the same as the
> > requested level, it just exits.
> > tried "telinit u" which the man page suggested might help but nothing
> > changed.
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