[CentOS] System V Init Script
John R. Dennison
jrd at gerdesas.com
Wed Jun 3 10:02:48 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jun 03, 2009 at 04:42:09AM -0500, John R. Dennison wrote:
> I'd think that the pgrep is matching both the processes you want
> to kill _and_ the init.d script itself. Try "pgrep -x" which
> will exactly match the specified command.
> Even better, use "pkill -x -9 my_app" which will combine the
> grep and kill tasks in a single command; the -9 specifies the
> signal to send to the matches processes.
> "man pgrep" for more information on both commands.
Blame it on the early hour but it should probably actually read:
"pkill -x -9 my_app_bin"
"I'm sorry but our engineers do not have phones."
As stated by a Network Solutions Customer Service representative when asked to
be put through to an engineer.
"My other computer is your windows box."
<sxem> trying to play sturgeon while it's under attack is apparently not fun.
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