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= Restarting Nepomuk =
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== Restarting Nepomuk ==
 
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$ qdbus org.kde.NepomukServer /nepomukserver quit
 
$ qdbus org.kde.NepomukServer /nepomukserver quit
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If you need to restart any particular service -
 
If you need to restart any particular service -
  
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Just killing the service won't work, cause the 'nepomukserver' automatically restarts crashed services.
 
Just killing the service won't work, cause the 'nepomukserver' automatically restarts crashed services.
  
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function nepomuk-service-quit() {
 
function nepomuk-service-quit() {
     SERVICE=$1
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     SERVICE=
 
     qdbus org.kde.nepomuk.services.$SERVICE /servicecontrol shutdown
 
     qdbus org.kde.nepomuk.services.$SERVICE /servicecontrol shutdown
 
     return $?
 
     return $?
 
}
 
}
 
function nepomuk-service-restart() {
 
function nepomuk-service-restart() {
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     nepomuk-service-quit $SERVICE  
 
     nepomuk-service-quit $SERVICE  
  
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alias nepomukcmd="sopranocmd --socket `kde4-config --path socket`nepomuk-socket --model main --nrl"
 
alias nepomukcmd="sopranocmd --socket `kde4-config --path socket`nepomuk-socket --model main --nrl"
 
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Information
This page contains some useful commands for managing the different Nepomuk processes


Restarting Nepomuk

$ qdbus org.kde.NepomukServer /nepomukserver quit
wait for it to quit
$ nepomukserver

Restarting any service

If you need to restart any particular service -

$ qdbus org.kde.nepomuk.services.$SERVICE /servicecontrol shutdown
wait for it to quit
$ nepomukservicestub $SERVICE


Just killing the service won't work, cause the 'nepomukserver' automatically restarts crashed services.

Useful commands

#This function restarts the Nepomuk server
function nepomuk-restart() {
    nepomuk-quit
 
    ps -A | grep nepomukserver --silent 
    while [ $? -eq 0 ]
    do
		sleep 0.5
        ps -A | grep nepomukserver --silent
    done
    cd $KDEDIR
    echo "Starting Nepomuk Server ..."
    nepomukserver
    cd $OLDPWD
}
 
function nepomuk-quit() {
    qdbus org.kde.NepomukServer /nepomukserver quit
    return $?
}
 
 
function nepomuk-service-quit() {
    SERVICE=
    qdbus org.kde.nepomuk.services.$SERVICE /servicecontrol shutdown
    return $?
}
function nepomuk-service-restart() {
    SERVICE=
    nepomuk-service-quit $SERVICE 
 
    ps-nepomuk-fast | grep --silent $SERVICE
    while [ $? -eq 0 ]
    do
        sleep 0.25
        ps-nepomuk-fast | grep --silent $SERVICE
    done
 
    nepomukservicestub $SERVICE &
}
 
#
# Useful aliases to control Nepomuk and its services
#
alias nepomuk-indexer-quit='nepomuk-service-quit "nepomukfileindexer"'
alias nepomuk-filewatch-quit='nepomuk-service-quit "nepomukfilewatch"'
alias nepomuk-storage-quit='nepomuk-service-quit "nepomukstorage"'
 
alias nepomuk-indexer-restart='nepomuk-service-restart "nepomukfileindexer"'
alias nepomuk-filewatch-restart='nepomuk-service-restart "nepomukfilewatch"'
alias nepomuk-storage-restart='nepomuk-service-restart "nepomukstorage"'
 
alias nepomukcmd="sopranocmd --socket `kde4-config --path socket`nepomuk-socket --model main --nrl"

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