I have a service I'm trying to write an upstart script for and it's not going too well. At some point, I decided I needed a fresh start and removed the upstart configuration file.
stop myservice rm -f /etc/init/myservice.conf initctl reload-configuration
However, upstart still shows my service in the list as "stopped/killed".
initctl list status myservice
How is this possible and how can I get rid of my service for good without restarting the machine? For reference,
initctl --version shows 0.6.5.