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runaway-processes [2017/03/01 16:06]
brysonlt [userkill]
runaway-processes [2017/03/01 16:07]
brysonlt [The System Administrators]
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 ====kill==== ====kill====
  
-kill is the standard Unix utility for terminating nasty processes. You only have the right to kill your own processes. Some processes do not respond to the standard kill command. These processes might need a more forceful signal such as -9. The command killall can help you to kill multiple processes at once. man kill and man killall will give you the details about these commands.+kill is the standard Unix utility for terminating nasty processes. You only have the right to kill your own processes. Some processes do not respond to the standard kill command. These processes might need a more forceful signal such as -9. The command killall can help you to kill multiple processes at once. //man kill// and //man killall// will give you the details about these commands.
  
  
 ====The System Administrators==== ====The System Administrators====
  
-If you can not kill a process using kill or userkill, and you think that it is taking an inappropriate share of system resources, please report it to the System Administrators in room 1140 TMCB or send an email to system@cs.byu.edu.+If you can not kill a process using kill, and you think that it is taking an inappropriate share of system resources, please report it to the System Administrators in room 1140 TMCB or open at ticket at [[https://support.cs.byu.edu|support.cs.byu.edu]].
 ===== How not to have your process killed ===== ===== How not to have your process killed =====
 ==== Use nice and renice ==== ==== Use nice and renice ====
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