Mm ok, so the reason for this is that I have a "production" server, with
several users using it every day, and they get annoyed if their sessions
(active or not) get lost.
I would like to make some changes to the node.conf file. Usually I have
been restarting the service with the init.d script after editing the
Can I tell the nxserver to reload the configuration file without having
to do /etc/init.d/freenx-server restart ?
> freenx-knx-bounces@... wrote on 27/01/2012 08:05:03:
>> Is there a way to restart the FreeNX daemon
> FreeNX has no daemon . . .
>> without loosing the existing sessions?
> The service script, (designed to be run
> only at system shutdown / startup)
> 1/ enables / disables NEW FreeNX sessions, by
> moveing the nx user's ssh key
> (used for the initial ssh connection) and
> 2/ runs "cleanup", both at start and stop
> which "terminates" any sessions still marked
> as running in
> ( but it doesn't pkill hanging nxagent instances !!! )
>> For some reason they don't seem to be persistent upon daemon
>> Thanks in advance!
> Why were you restarting it ???
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