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Re: [Gnump3d-users] How to restart gnump3d?

From: kracker
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] How to restart gnump3d?
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 13:25:49 -0600

Killing GNUMP3d

Rebooting the entire server is a bit excessive. I tend to kill the
gnump3d pid or use the command: killall gnump3d and then restart

Starting GNUMP3d

I run two different gnump3d processes/servers. I had specific problems
trying to configure this in a single configuration file ... so I
cooked up another solution.

My Hackney ways

- in /etc/rc.local :

# start gnump3d audio server

sudo -u apache /usr/bin/gnump3d.kracker
sudo -u apache /usr/bin/gnump3d.gnu

- in /usr/bin/

# start (kracker) gnump3d audio server


gnump3d --config $SERVER_CONF --root $MUSIC_DIR --port $SERVER_PORT &

An init script ...

I guess wish that a distribution non-specific init script was included
in the default package to make this a little simpler for everyone out
of the box.

So I put together one for me  (centos) which works well enough for one
installation/server in an all be it static way. It's attached / 
hosted (temporarily) at:

I still think that for this to be truly useful out of the box for me /
multiple server configurations; the conf file should support multiple
server's setting in a single configuration structure (instead of
multiple copies of the same conf file)?

I'm sure I'm a little off the wall and missing something that makes
this simpler, but I have yet to see it. But hey, what do you think ?

Atmosphere - Smart Went Crazy

On 3/25/06, Kevin Oberle <address@hidden> wrote:
> Howdy,
> How do I go about restarting the gnump3d process?
> I assume one merely kills the process to stop it,
> but what's the command line to get it going again?
> Currently, if I tweak a config setting and want to see it's effect,
> I reboot the server.  There's gotta be a better way,
> but the documentation doesn't appear to mention it.
> Thanks,
> Kevin

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