reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Catonano
About guix system reconfigue some/conf-file.scm I read in the manual that "The command starts system services specified in file that are not currently running; if a service is currently running, it does not attempt to upgrade it since this would not be possible without stopping it first." I

Re: guile texinfo processing

2018-02-13 Thread Catonano
2018-02-11 10:01 GMT+01:00 Chris Marusich : > Catonano writes: > > > In playing with David's Haunt, I came to the procedure > > > > texi-fragment->stexi > > > > I'd like the tag that the examples are wrapped in to have the > > class="src example"

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Leo Famulari
On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 06:18:07AM +1100, Carlo Zancanaro wrote: > > On Tue, Feb 13 2018, Leo Famulari wrote: > > > That’s a misunderstanding. All of the things in the “services” > > > field of > > > your operating-system configuration are “system services”, so all of > > > them get updated. > >

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Ricardo Wurmus
Catonano writes: > "The command starts system services specified in file that are not > currently running; if a service is currently running, it does not attempt > to upgrade it since this would not be possible without stopping it first." > > I was wondering: what about the

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Leo Famulari
On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 07:25:10PM +0100, Ricardo Wurmus wrote: > > Catonano writes: > > > "The command starts system services specified in file that are not > > currently running; if a service is currently running, it does not attempt > > to upgrade it since this would not

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Ricardo Wurmus
Carlo Zancanaro writes: > On Tue, Feb 13 2018, Ricardo Wurmus wrote: >> That’s a misunderstanding. All of the things in the “services” >> field of >> your operating-system configuration are “system services”, so >> all of >> them get updated. > > Should we think about

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Ricardo Wurmus
Leo Famulari writes: > But, it doesn't try to stop and restart those services in case of any > relevant changes, right? Doesn't that require a reboot? Correct. The manual says: "The command starts system services specified in file that are not currently running; if a

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Carlo Zancanaro
On Tue, Feb 13 2018, Ricardo Wurmus wrote: That’s a misunderstanding. All of the things in the “services” field of your operating-system configuration are “system services”, so all of them get updated. Should we think about changing the name for "system services"? The confusion with

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Carlo Zancanaro
On Tue, Feb 13 2018, Leo Famulari wrote: That’s a misunderstanding. All of the things in the “services” field of your operating-system configuration are “system services”, so all of them get updated. But, it doesn't try to stop and restart those services in case of any relevant changes,

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread Andreas Enge
On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 02:03:58PM -0500, Leo Famulari wrote: > But, it doesn't try to stop and restart those services in case of any > relevant changes, right? Doesn't that require a reboot? Yes, I understood so. I had the problem with my nginx server recently. In that case, I needed to stop it

Re: reconfiguring

2018-02-13 Thread myglc2
On 02/13/2018 at 21:32 Andreas Enge writes: > On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 02:03:58PM -0500, Leo Famulari wrote: >> But, it doesn't try to stop and restart those services in case of any >> relevant changes, right? Doesn't that require a reboot? > > Yes, I understood so. I had the problem with my nginx