Hi,

(could some be only read at start of xmail, don't know, no info in
doc, perhaps server.tab ? in this case I always stop, change, start to be
sure)
server.tab can be changed while xmail is running. After a couple of seconds xmail will start using the new information (it does take a little bit of time, so don't pannic if after half a second things haven't changed).


For the indexed files: it's best to edit them through the CTRL-interface (either socket or command line). In that case there is no need to reload XMailserver to load the new configuration.

Sincerely,
Bart


Op 18/09/12 14:43, fcxmail schreef:
Hello

No reload option

Files change that need xmail 'reload' (in fact stop/start) BEFORE changing
them are whose that are 'indexed' (refer doc for complete list but if I
remember they are domains.tab, aliasdomain.tab mailusers.tab, aliases.tab
and extaliases.tab)
All others, can be changed on the fly without 'reload', as they are read on
each use (could some be only read at start of xmail, don't know, no info in
doc, perhaps server.tab ? in this case I always stop, change, start to be
sure)

Regards
Francis

-----Message d'origine-----
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Envoyé : mardi 18 septembre 2012 13:40
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Objet : [xmail] reflecting config file changes

Does xmail have a "reload" option to just reload its config files into
memory without stopping/restarting the program?

Which of the config files (ie. the *.tab files) do not require a
restart/reload after modifying the file?


(using xmail 1.27 src distro on linux)
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