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31def restart(time=0,force=False):
32 # TODO: solve unix version problem
33 '''
34
35 :param time: int , Time in second for restart
36 :param force: bool ,True for Force restart
37 :return: bool , True (Successfully) False(Unsuccessfully)
38 '''
39 command="shutdown -r "
40 try:
41 if force==True:
42 command+="-f "
43 response=sub.Popen(command+"-t "+str(time),shell=True,stdin=sub.PIPE,stdout=sub.PIPE,stderr=sub.PIPE)
44 response = list(response.communicate())
45 if len(response[0])!=0 or (str(response[1]).find("1190")!=-1):
46 return False
47 else:
48 return True
49 except :
50 return False
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61def restart():
62 try:
63 with open(PID_PATH, 'r') as pid_file:
64 pid = pid_file.read()
65 except IOError:
66 pid = None
67 command = 'haproxy -f {config_path} -p {pid_path}'.format(config_path=CONFIG_PATH, pid_path=PID_PATH)
68 if pid:
69 command += ' -sf {pid}'.format(pid=pid)
70 os.system(command)
352def restart_with_reloader():
353 print 'restart with reloader:'
354 while True:
355 print ' restart tick'
356 args = [sys.executable] + ['-W%s' % o for o in sys.warnoptions] + sys.argv
357 if sys.platform == "win32":
358 args = ['"%s"' % arg for arg in args]
359 new_environ = os.environ.copy()
360 new_environ["RUN_MAIN"] = 'true'
361 exit_code = os.spawnve(os.P_WAIT, sys.executable, args, new_environ)
362 if exit_code != 3:
363 return exit_code
89@task
90def restart():
91 # on first deploy, dexter won't not be running
92 sudo("kill -HUP `cat %s/gunicorn.pid` || initctl restart dexter || (initctl stop dexter; initctl start dexter)"\
93 % (env.repo_dir))
94
95 # restart dexter-celery
96 with warn_only():
97 sudo('initctl stop dexter-celery')
98 sudo('initctl start dexter-celery')
72def restart(n=4, engines=None, **kwargs):
73 """Convenient way to restart an ipcluster."""
74 stop()
75
76 started = False
77 while not started:
78 sleep(2)
79 try:
80 start(n=n, engines=engines)
81 except RuntimeError:
82 pass
83 else:
84 started = True
212@web.route('/api/restart')
213def restart():
214 web.restart()
68def restart():
69 textedit.setText("")
70 s.write('node.restart()\n')
37def restart(self):
38 """An openbts specific command to restart the bts."""
39 delegator.run("sudo killall transceiver")
40
41 # If the pid file specified doesn't match a running instance of the
42 # process, remove the PID file. This is a workaround for a recurring
43 # OpenBTS issue we see. Note, caller must have permissions to remove file.
44 # Determine PIDs associated with pname
45 path="/var/run/OpenBTS.pid"
46 cmd = delegator.run("ps -A | grep OpenBTS")
47 if cmd.return_code != 0:
48 output = ''
49 else:
50 output = cmd.out
51 pids = []
52 for line in output.split('\n'):
53 try:
54 pids.append(int(line.strip().split()[0]))
55 except ValueError:
56 continue # not a pid, so ignore it
57 except IndexError:
58 continue # malformed, ignore
59
60 try:
61 with open(path, "r") as f:
62 pid = int(f.read().strip())
63 if pid not in pids:
64 os.remove(path)
65 except IOError as e:
66 # ignore ENOENT (pid file doesn't exist)
67 if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
68 raise
69
70 # now restart openbts
71 Service.SupervisorService("openbts").restart()
38def restart():
39 with cd(env.tsuru_path):
40 run("tar -xzf dist.tar.gz")
41 run('circusctl restart web')
42 run('circusctl restart collector')
39def restart():
40 kill()
41 logger.warn(
42 f"[{todate(int(time.time()), '%d/%b/%Y:%H:%M:%S +0800')}]::Status(Restarting Server)")
43
44 start()

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