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SubjectRe: New snapshot: modules-1.3.69g
On Thu, 23 May 1996, Paul H. Hargrove wrote:

> Bjorn Ekwall wrote:
> > The gdbm file is also modifiable by user programs and can be reloaded
> > into a running kerneld by doing "kill -1" on kerneld.
>
> If memory serves, SIGHUP is the signal normally sent to a daemon to
> cause it to reread its configuration files. Perhaps kerneld should
> follow this pattern to avoid confusion.
>

signal 1 is SIGHUP, (the '-' is just to make sure that kill dosn't take
the number as the pid).

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