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 on an AIX platform.
Is it possible to force to kill the .so file? If I do a fuser -f on the file it returns nothing.
Can I create another program to kill the program, is there any command to do that?