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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.
 
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.)
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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 17:35, 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.