On 1/17/07, Garrett Cooper <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:01 PM, Kevin Downey wrote:

> On 1/17/07, Agus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Hi folks.....
>> I did some configs in my freebsd and realiza that i didnt have the
>> inetd
>> running. So i addesd inetd_enable="YES" to rc.conf.
>> Now im trying to reread the rc.conf to make the changes active
>> without
>> restarting....
>> Is there a way to do it? or i have to start each server it from
>> rc.dmanually, in these case only inetd; but what if i added a lot of
>> lines to
>> rc.conf?
>>
>>
>> i've read this...
>>
>> On the console do:
>>
>> # shutdown now
>> (Note: without -r or -h)
>>
>> # return
>> # exit
>>
>> Is this the only way to do it?
>>
>> Thanxsss
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> /etc/rc.d/inetd restart

The rc scripts in /etc/rc.d always work with the exception for me at
least being rpcbind, nfsd, and mountd; those are the ones that I
always have to reboot a machine for for some odd reason when I change
related settings (unless I'm doing something wrong of course).
-Garrett
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nfs is weird like that, but you can always just
killall -HUP nfsd
killall -HUP mountd

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