RamasesN3 Posted July 16, 2013 Share Posted July 16, 2013 I am running a small server (spare PC at home) running on Ubuntu 13.04 and I would like to know if there is an easy way to schedule stop or restart on it. I know I can use the "killall -SIGNAME process-name" command but that wouldn't be a clean save/stop of the server. A restart would be fine but what I would really prefer is a scheduled stop command. That way I can stop the server - render the map - then start it up again with gnome-schedule (I like GUIs so sue me!). And before someone says that I can render with the server up I know that, it's what I'm doing at the moment. The stop / restart is to clear memory and lagging issues that build up over time. Any advice appreciated Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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