Hi Alan,

On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 04:02:15PM +0200, Alan DeKok wrote:
> > Do you have in mind a favorite technique for signaling daemons that
> > the config files have changed?  HUP is a common way to do it, but I'm
> > sure there are other ways.
>   A command-line tool that uses some other method to update the server
> configuration.  It means that the server gets told "X has changed", or
> "delete client Y", which is hugely less intrusive than a HUP.
>   HUPs are like kicking the server in the head, and then expecting it to
> be nice to you.  It can be done, but it takes work.

==> I've found really useful the idea of telling freeradius
to reload via snmp - could be such functionality easily kept when using
your proposed approach?

>   Alan DeKok.
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