In a course I'm taking on Bacula/Bareos, the instructor states that running
sudo systemctl restart bareos-dir will stop (and ruin) any running backup jobs when an op does this to update the configuration. And instead the instructor states that on a production system, an op should go into the bconsole and run the
reload command to update the configuration without harming any jobs that are currently running.
So considering this, does running
sudo systemctl reload bareos-dir do the same thing as running
reload in the bconsole; does it reload the configuration without harming any currently running backups?