[Samba] smb.conf question
jbarker at edulog.com
Tue Feb 12 10:08:09 GMT 2002
I use the command:
kill -s SIGHUP [pid] [pid] [pid]
Where each [id] = the PIDs of each samba process.
If I go look at the log file for smbd, there are lines that say something
like "Got SIGHUP".
And when I make a change to the smb.conf file, and send SIGHUP, the changes
are always reflected appropriately (i.e., a new share appears).
Quick note: In the documentation, it says smbd checks smb.conf for changes
every 60 seconds. I don't know if it actually re-reads it, or just checks if
it was modified or what.
From: Joel Hammer [mailto:Joel at HammersHome.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 10:07 AM
To: Martyn Ranyard; samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] smb.conf question
I am fairly sure kill -HUP smbd does not do an immediate reload of
smb.conf, at least not on my linux box. I am now monitoring my smb.conf
ls -al --time=acces to see how often it is accessed. Right now,
Tue Feb 12 11:58:26 EST 2002
Feb 12 09:32 /usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf
So, no reload, it seems, for over two hours.
> At 04:30 PM 2/12/02 +0000, Mark Cooke wrote:
> >Yes, it refreshes every so often (every 20-30sec's I think), though I am
> >not 100% of the exact time, If you make a change to the smb.conf, there
> >generally no need to restart samba,
> >that is unless you want an immediate response..
> In which case, send the processes a HUP signal (which just reloads the
> config file) :
> (on linux) killall -HUP smbd
> (on others) kill -HUP <pid of smbd>
> Hope this helps.
> >At 04:17 PM 2/12/02, Jeff Rasnick wrote:
> >>While the Samba server is running, does it ever refresh the contents of
> >>the smb.conf file, or do you have to restart the server for it to see
> >>changes to the smb.conf file? Thanks in advance.
> >>Jeff Rasnick
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