named.restart man page on 4.4BSD

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       named.restart - stop and restart the name server

       This command sends a SIGKILL to the running name server and then starts
       a new one.

       Does not check to see if the name server is actually running, and could
       use  a  stale  PID cache file which may result in the death of an unre‐
       lated process.

       Does not wait after killing the old server before starting a  new  one;
       since the server could take some time to die and the new one will expe‐
       rience a fatal error if the old one isn't gone by the time  it  starts,
       you can be left in a situation where you have no name server at all.

       named(8), named.reload(8)

4.2 Berkeley Distribution	 June 26, 1993		      NAMED.RESTART(8)

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