Manual Reference Pages - RESTART (1)
restart -- call bin/interchange "-"r with possible su
The restart script just tries to execute interchange -r with the proper permissions. If the user is root, a prompt will be made to see if you want to start as the guessed user ID. (This is the contents of the $Global::VendRoot/_uid file.)
The -f flag prevents the prompt for superuser and forces quiet mode; this is how you might call Interchange from a system startup script.
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