[Spread-users] spread.conf updateing
jschultz at spreadconcepts.com
Thu Sep 6 12:50:26 EDT 2007
For easy distribution of the updated .conf files you could use a shared
NFS mount or chron'ed rsync.
If you are using Spread 4, then spmonitor has a command that tells all the
daemons to reload their configuration file. The daemons take appropriate
action based on the new and old configurations (e.g. - commit suicide).
Read the DynamicConfiguration.txt file in the docs folder for more
If you are still using Spread 3, then I'd advise upgrading to Spread 4.
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On Thu, 6 Sep 2007, Andrew Holt wrote:
> Hi All,
> What's the best strategy for distributing new spread.conf files ?
> I have not got a lot of machines (11) but it's becoming a pain every time I
> add one having to update and restart each instance.
> Any ideas ?
> One way would be to get the spread daemon to detect when the config file has
> been touched and restart, comments ?
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