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On occasion the CanIt process my stall or become hung. In these cases it may be necessary to restart CanIt to get it back to a fully functional state.
  
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If this is the case and you feel it necessary to restart try the following from the command line as the root user:
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    /etc/init.d/canit-system restart-gracefully
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However if the canitd process is truly hung, then restart-gracefully will be unresponsive. In this case terminate the command and use:
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    /etc/init.d/canit-system restart
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This carries a slight risk of Bayes training being not working until the next Bayes run. However, the slight inaccuracy of Bayes data is highly unlikely to be noticeable in filtering performance.
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Note: start-gracefully waits for any busy canitd tasks to finish, so in that sense it's a bit safer.)
  
 
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Revision as of 17:34, 2 November 2015

On occasion the CanIt process my stall or become hung. In these cases it may be necessary to restart CanIt to get it back to a fully functional state.

If this is the case and you feel it necessary to restart try the following from the command line as the root user:

   /etc/init.d/canit-system restart-gracefully

However if the canitd process is truly hung, then restart-gracefully will be unresponsive. In this case terminate the command and use:

   /etc/init.d/canit-system restart

This carries a slight risk of Bayes training being not working until the next Bayes run. However, the slight inaccuracy of Bayes data is highly unlikely to be noticeable in filtering performance.

Note: start-gracefully waits for any busy canitd tasks to finish, so in that sense it's a bit safer.)