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needrestart - needrestart
needrestart checks which daemons need to be restarted after library upgrades.
Usage: needrestart [-(v|q)] [-n] [-c <cfg>] [-r <mode>] [-f <fe>] [-u <ui>] [-(b|p)] [-kl] -v be more verbose -q be quiet -m <mode> set level of technical details e (e)asy mode a (a)dvanced mode -n set default answer to 'no' -c <cfg> config filename -r <mode> set restart mode l (l)ist only i (i)nteractive restart a (a)utomatically restart ATTENTION: If needrestart is configured to run in interactive mode but is run non- interactive (i.e. unattended-upgrades) it will fallback to list only mode. -b enable batch mode -p nagios plugin mode: makes output and exit codes nagios compatible -f <fe> overwrite debconf(7) frontend, sets the DEBIAN_FRONTEND environment variable to <fe> -u <ui> use preferred UI package (-u ? shows available packages) By using one of the following options only the specified checks are performed: -k check for obsolete kernel -l check for obsolete libraries
The following environment variables can be used to override the config file options. Command line parameters do always supersede them. NEEDRESTART_MODE Change the configured restart mode (see also the -r parameter): (l)ist only, (i)nteractive or (a)utomatically When used with apt-get(8) needrestart supports the following additional environment variables: DEBIAN_FRONT The debconf(7) frontend to use, can also set using the -f parameter. NEEDRESTART_SUSPEND If set to a non-empty value the apt-get(8) hook will not run needrestart after installing or updating packages.
Thomas Liske <email@example.com>
2013 - 2018 (C) Thomas Liske [http://fiasko-nw.net/~thomas/] This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.