Re: When kill -9 won't do
On 8/29/05, Kent West <email@example.com> wrote:
> Other than rebooting the machine, is there a stronger kill signal than -9 ?
> I was scp'ing some files from a CD drive on the remote machine; the
> process hung, so I ctrl-C'd on my end. Then I ssh'd into the remote
> machine, and I see the scp process is still running. I've been unable to
> kill it. Any ideas? (Also, any process on the cdrom, such as "ls
> /cdrom", also hangs, and I can't kill it either.)
Is it actually running or just idle or zombie ??
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