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KB-4242: What happens when adfixid is interrupted?

Centrify DirectControl ,  

12 April,16 at 11:47 AM

Question:

What happens when adfixid is interrupted?

Answer:

 
When --commit or --commit-all are used with adfixid, it generates a report stored in 
/etc/centrifydc/adfixid.log.

For some reason if adfixid is interrupted when it is doing either commit or commit all operation, it can be 
restarted with the same flag as long as /etc/centrifydc/adfixid.log is present and adfixid will start from where it got interrupted.

If adfixid is interrupted, you don’t want to run adfixid with commit/commit all flag and want to start fresh again then you can always undo the changes by running adfixid --undo ( Again /etc/centrifydc/adfixid.log needs to be present )

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