>the default sun fontserver is started via inetd. And then some caching
>takes place. When i now change the default config-file ("man xfs" says it's
>/usr/openwin/lib/X11/fontserver.cfg) i always get nothing but the fonts
>from my very first access, though no "xfs" is running.
>How do i urge xfs to rescan the config file in the sun default configuration?
>(When i start another xfs behind another port manually, i "see" the changes
and got the right answer from Rui Wang <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>kill fs process.
My misunderstanding with this was that we use afs filesystem and
there is a fileserver and a command "fs" (that name confuses me :)
But i could have seen from /etc/inetd.conf
fs stream tcp wait nobody /usr/openwin/lib/fs.auto fs
and "ps -ef"
nobody 4632 167 1 09:10:30 ? 0:00 fs
that "my" fs process is *really* the fontserver running.
Killing that resulted in an immediately restarted "fs" process
that "knows" about my changes in the config-file.
Bernt Christandl (email@example.com)
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