The bottom line is that it doesn't seem to be necessary to restart lpd after
updating /etc/printcap as the lpd's that get spawned for individual print
jobs read the current printcap themselves. Thus, all I really need to do is
rdist the printcap file which seems to work just fine.
It was also suggested that I could run
lpc abort all
lpc restart all
or several variants on this theme. However, this is not necessary for my
needs ( I have no problem with letting the current job finish before the
limits are invoked/revoked).
Thanks to...(Hope I didn't leave anyone out!).
firstname.lastname@example.org (Ron Vasey)
email@example.com (Brian Keves - Consultant)
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