how do I kill these from ssh? [closed]

It’s difficult to tell what is being asked here. This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form. For help clarifying this question so that it can be reopened, visit the help center. Closed 9 years ago. root 813251 813235 0 Feb02 ? 00:00:00 /bin/sh … Read more

How to kill a respawn service on ubuntu 14.04 LTS

I want to kill a respawn service by using upstart. when I use “htop” command to monitor system,I observe a process “/123.lock”. when I kill it via “kill” command,it restart again. how could I kill it via upstart to kill this process totally? best regards. Answer This is likely some kind of malware or trojan. … Read more

How to kill non-existent process?

I have a process with PID 4276 which uses port 9191. I need this port to install software. can someone tell me how to kill this process? The Windows task manager doesn’t show the process and PowerShell is not able to find the task. Answer AttributionSource : Link , Question Author : Ehsan Aliverdi , … Read more

How can I find out which program is executed through a PID which is ended

I found there is a program that killed my Apache regularly, according to the log information, I understand there is a program using “/etc/init.d/apache2 stop” to stop apache, since this process is gone, how can I find out this PID belongs to which program? journalctl -o verbose _PID=16630 — Logs begin at Thu 2021-10-28 … … Read more

Kill .so file process

I have a program, I cannot change the code. It calls some .so file’s function, but don’t delete the object in the end. When the owner of the program tries to update the program he kills it and send the update, but the .so file is in use so he can’t update the file. It’s … Read more

Is it possible to kill a process based on its environment, from the command line?

Scenario: Let’s assume I have a script that spawns a few processes. There may be times when the script has to be aborted. Most times this is fine. However, sometimes one or two of the spawned processes remain running, and are orphaned, because the script has been killed. Is there any way to find the … Read more