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KB-4242: What happens when adfixid is interrupted?

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12 April,16 at 11:47 AM


What happens when adfixid is interrupted?


When --commit or --commit-all are used with adfixid, it generates a report stored in 

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 )