Caddy does not need to stop the service to reload the configuration method?
every time, modify the configuration file, need to restart the caddy service, and some services are affected.
e.g. nginx -s reload
You can have Caddy gracefully reload its configuration without restarting via the
caddy -conf='./Caddyfile' -USR2
With the above command, does the service take a while to respond? How to keep the caddy service 0 downtime update configuration file
USR1 is not a flag for the
caddy command, it’s a type of POSIX signal.
Here’s a link I dug up that explains how to send a signal to a running process: UNIX / Linux: 3 Ways to Send Signal to Processes
Once you send the signal to Caddy, you can observe its reload progress by tailing its logs, if you’ve specified any log output. It should be pretty quick.
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