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imsettings-reload(1) [centos man page]

imsettings-reload(1)													      imsettings-reload(1)

NAME
imsettings-reload - Reload imsettings-daemon SYNOPSIS
imsettings-reload [ -h ] [ --help ] DESCRIPTION
imsettings-reload sends a request to imsettings-daemon to be restarted. this would particularly helps when the software is upgraded or something went wrong. pleaes note that this requires restarting Input Method as well. OPTIONS
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -h --help Show summary of options AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Akira TAGOH <akira@tagoh.org> Apr 10, 2013 imsettings-reload(1)

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evmreload(1M)															     evmreload(1M)

NAME
evmreload - reload Event Manager configuration files SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
The command posts control events that instruct EVM resident components to reload their configuration files. Use the command to cause EVM to begin using the new configuration at any time that a configuration file has been changed. If no options are specified, the daemon, the channel manager, and the logger all reload their configurations. Reconfigure the daemon at any time that its configuration file or that an event template database has changed. Reconfigure the logger at any time that its configuration file has changed. Reconfigure the channel manager at any time that its configuration file has changed. Resident EVM components also reload their configuration files on receipt of a signal. If an activity monitor is specified in the EVM daemon configuration file, all counts and timers associated with the monitor are reset. Options Reconfigures the EVM channel manager. Reconfigures the EVM daemon. Reconfigures the EVM logger. Syntax checks the event template files and reports errors, but does not make any changes effective. If a daemon reconfiguration is requested, the reconfiguration request is sent even if there are errors in any template file. If errors exist in the template file, there is no guarantee that the new configuration is accepted. Notes The command uses the command to check for errors in configuration files before sending a reload request to EVM. If errors are found, they are reported to and no reconfiguration request is sent. This check does not find all possible errors, however, so be sure to check for errors reported by the EVM components themselves. To do this, run the following command: RETURN VALUES
The following exit values are returned: Successful completion. An error occurred. EXAMPLES
o The following command causes the EVM daemon to reconfigure itself. o The following command causes the EVM logger to reconfigure itself. o The following command causes the EVM channel manager to reconfigure itself. o The following command causes a syntax check of the daemon configuration file without any reconfiguration actually occurring. o The following command reconfigures both the EVM daemon and the EVM logger. o The following command reconfigures the EVM daemon, the EVM logger, and the EVM channel manager. o The following command reconfigures the EVM daemon, the EVM logger, and the EVM channel manager even if there are errors in the template file. WARNINGS
You must be to run this command. SEE ALSO
Commands evmpost(1), evmchmgr(1M), evmd(1M), evminfo(1), evmlogger(1M). Files evmchannel.conf(4), evmdaemon.conf(4), evmlogger.conf(4). Event Management EVM(5). EVM Events EvmEvent(5). evmreload(1M)

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