[cvsnt] How to net stop/start CVSNT on Redhat Linux ES4?

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Mon Jul 16 11:03:04 BST 2007

r.pedroche.novillo at accenture.com wrote:
>   I do not think the first option will work at all.
>   Stopping xinetd should be more than enough to ensure a stable
> repository. I do not think there is any need to stop cvslockd.
>   In fact, it is fairly overkill: it could be that other services are
> hosted by xinetd (although in current Linux installations there are less
> and less inetd-based services).
>   A more elegant option would be to edit /etc/xinetd.d/cvspserver,
> change the line "disabled = no" to "disabled = yes", send a SIGHUP to
> xinetd, backup, undo modification and SIGHUP xinetd.

You could also write a script that modified /etc/cvsnt/PServer, set the 
repositories offline (Repository0Online=0 etc.) then just wait for the 
last process to go away.


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