[Mono-list] Modifying Assemblies

Josh Schlesinger mono-list at jschlesinger.net
Mon May 30 12:47:31 EDT 2005

In suse 9.2 to reboot apache2 just do /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Carl Olsen wrote:
>Yes, they were probably referring to the mod-mono-server and probably said
>"restart" instead of "reboot".  I read stuff and then when I finally get
>around to using it, I can't remember exactly what I read.
>I don't have a /etc/init.d/httpd control, but I do have a
>/etc/init.d/apache2 control.  I wonder if it does the same thing?
>Carl Olsen
>-----Original Message-----
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>[mailto:mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Joshua Tauberer
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>To: carl at carl-olsen.com
>Cc: Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
>Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Modifying Assemblies
>Carl Olsen wrote:
>>I think I saw something about rebooting the server after modifying an
>>assembly (DLL file) in the "bin" folder.  Rebooting works, but I'm
>>if I can simply restart Apache.
>Yes, you can just restart Apache.  If Apache started the 
>mod-mono-servers (which is the case unless you specified otherwise), it 
>will restart them and re-load the DLLs.  (I wonder if whoever wrote what 
>you saw didn't mean 'server' as in the computer but 'server' as in a 
>program running that is serving the pages, i.e. Apache or mod-mono-server.)
>But see (beware line wrapping):
>Using that, you can restart mod-mono-servers from a web control panel 
>(i.e. reloading the DLLs) without restarting Apache.
>(I don't know how to restart Apache in SUSE.  In RedHat/Fedora, it's: 
>/etc/init.d/httpd restart)

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