SIGHUP catcher, issue #78
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Sun Jul 10 10:32:55 UTC 2016
I just pushed code that catches SIGHUP and reopens the log file if it has
changed and checks for a new leapseconds file. You can poke it by hand with
killall -HUP ntpd
We should get a chance to test the new leap file stuff soon. It's time for a
new one. Besides, a day or two ago, the news said they announced one for the
end of this year so we'll get to test the run time too.
I think there is a script to fetch a new leap file. This could be added to
For logrotate on Linux, you can put a fragment like
this in /etc/logrotate.d/ntpd
/usr/bin/killall -HUP ntpd
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