cups & ppd file question
On Sun, 2007-12-09 at 16:50 -0500, Gene Heskett wrote:
> Anytime you change a config option, restart cups.
The reason it's best to avoid restarting cups is: if cups is restarted
while a long-running print job is in progress, that job will get
re-printed from the beginning.
In general, if you are hand-editing CUPS configuration files, you do
need to restart it but any long-running print jobs may get re-printed.
As an exception, PPD files can be hand-edited without needing to restart
If CUPS configuration has been changed using lpadmin, the CUPS web
interface, or system-config-printer, there is no need to restart CUPS.
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