ctlinnd begin inpaths\! cores innd
Miquel van Smoorenburg
list-inn-workers at news.cistron.nl
Thu Apr 12 20:59:22 UTC 2001
In article <9b4qij$k0i$1 at gatekeeper.tmr.com>,
bill davidsen <davidsen at tmr.com> wrote:
>| In article <9ammi1$tm9$1 at ncc1701.cistron.net>,
>| list-inn-workers at news.cistron.nl (Miquel van Smoorenburg) wrote;
>| } If I attach to innd (2.4 CVS) with gdb and in another window
>| } do an 'ctlinnd begin inpaths\!' to reload my inpaths process
>| } innd coredumps.
>I would expect to do reload newsfeeds, but when you want to just kick a
>single feed, is this not what "flush" is for?
You're right, in this specific case a "flush" would do fine.
>The only time I have used
>"begin" is when I have first used "drop" on that site. I make be doing
>that all wrong, but then my innd isn't crashing when I do that, so maybe
>I'm doing something right ;-)
Right. I also use "begin" if I changed a feeds entry in the newsfeeds
file and I don't want to reload innfeed itself. A "begin site" just
rereads the entry for "site" and doesn't flush all other entries.
>Is there a code assumption that when you begin a site it's not already
Perhaps now, but I've used "begin site" on existing sites for years.
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