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Kill -2 or Kill -INT ,how does it kill process

By : hyungmo1004
Date : September 15 2020, 07:00 AM
it fixes the issue Kill -2 sends an interrupt (2 is the value associated with SIGINT). This will wake up the sleep call but then the loop continues. If you send a 15 (SIGTERM), the process should terminate.
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If I kill a System.Diagnostics.Process with .Kill(), do I also need to call .Close()?

By : 戴東華
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , System.Diagnostics.Process implements IDisposable via the Component class, and the protected Dispose(bool) method calls Close(). It is generally considered good practice to dispose of disposable resources when you are done with them, as this will immediately release any resources associated with the class (not having to wait for the GC to run).
So to answer your question:
code :
using(Process proc = CreateProcess())
    if (!proc.WaitForExit(timeout))

Perl fork and kill - kill(0, $pid) always returns 1, and can't kill the child

By : user5825450
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you From perldoc fork:
code :
[ben@imac ~]$ perl test.pl
numKilled: 1
[ben@imac ~]$ 

how to kill a passthru process upon the kill of a php script?

By : Mustafa Temur
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Function passthru() spawns a shell to run your command and then blocks until the passthru process returns. Those are independent processes with different Process IDs than the php interpreter running your script. You can kill the script but you won't kill the processes it started.
However the spawned processes have the same Process Group ID (PGID) and you can use that to kill them or sent them any other signal. The PGID in our case would be the same as the Process ID (PID) of the php script.
code :
24077 12484 12484 24077 pts/9    12484 S+    1000   0:00  |   \_ php sleepScript.php
12484 12486 12484 24077 pts/9    12484 S+    1000   0:00  |       \_ sh -c sleep 500
12486 12487 12484 24077 pts/9    12484 S+    1000   0:00  |           \_ sleep 500
kill -15 -24077

How to kill all child processes spawned by a process started from a script on kill or kill -9

By : ach
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I need to reset kill -term in the trap statement to prevent infinite loop. This worked
trap "trap -INT && kill -- -$$"

How to kill a process with 'kill' combined with 'grep'

By : A.Knutson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I'd like to kill a process/script with a simple command using. At the moment I do the following , You want pkill:
code :
pkill myscriptname
pgrep myscriptname
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