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COMMAND TO STOP AND RESTART NETWORK

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WHAT IS THE rh LINUX COMMAND TO STOP AND START A NETWORK.
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service network stop
service network start
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by:Luxana
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or

in directory /etc/init.d/ you have your services so to start or stop services you can use:
to start
# /etc/init.d/<nameOfservice> start
to stop
# /etc/init.d/<nameOfservice> stop
to restart
# /etc/init.d/<nameOfservice> restart
so for network start is
# /etc/init.d/network start
and so on....

work for most linux distros :))

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ifconfig eth0 down
ifconfig eth0 up

but generally
 /etc/init.d/network stop
 /etc/init.d/network start

is more usefull because  /etc/init.d/network script does more
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Also most init.d scripts have the restart option which usually does both stop and start.
example: /etc/init.d/network restart

And some services have additional commands like status, help, and graceful.  Take a ls of your /etc/init.d folder to see all available services.
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by:Luxana
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to find out all options just run
# /etc/init.d/<nameOfservice>
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by:omphs_XXXX
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i think the location of the network service in redhat9 is in the directory: $/etc/rc.d/init.d
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by:blkline
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On RH9 /etc/init.d is a symlink to /etc/rc.d/init.d
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service network name restart
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