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# service sshd restart or # /etc/init.d/sshd restart For systemd Systems # systemctl restart sshd or # systemctl restart sshd.service 4) How To Reload The ssh Service In Linux? Use the below commands to reload the ssh server in Linux. For SysVinit Systems # service sshd reload or # /etc/init.d/sshd reload For systemd Systems. Restart sshd after making modifications to the configuration file: /etc/init.d/sshd restart Note: If you are running from RAM, ensure you save your settings using the 'lbu ci' command as necessary. Right-click on My Computer, and select Manage. In the Computer Management window, in the left pane, expand Services and Applications, and select Services. In the right pane, click the SSH Daemon/MKS Secure Shell service, then click the Stop button.

Find all services using libssl to restart after an OpenSSL update

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Published: 14-07-2015 Author: Remy van Elst Text only version of this article


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When you update OpenSSL, the software that currently has the ssl librariesloaded in memory do not automatically load the updated libraries. A full systemreboot resolves that problem, but sometimes that is not possible. This commandshows you all the software that has loaded the libraries, allowing you torestart only those services. If you don't restart or reload after an update, thesoftware might still be vulnerable to issues that the update fixed.

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Make sure you have the lsof command installed. Your package manager probablyhas this package.

Using the following command you get a list of services currently using libssl:

On a Directadmin shared hosting server this is the output:

Not all the filenames are complete but you can fill those in. If you leave outthe last part of the command you can also see which specific library is in use:

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Example output:

Here you can see some services using a different library, those still need arestart.

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Update. Tzu sent me an email with his command to find all updated librariesand services using the old ones:

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