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In the output of ps(1) on OS X-like systems, what do processes listed in parentheses mean, and how do I kill them?

username@yosemite ~ % ps wwwaux | grep java username 48111 0.0 0.0 0 0 ?? ?E 11:54AM 0:00.00 (java) username 91673 0.0 0.0 2432772 508 s006 R+ 3:19PM ...
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Kill process and child processes, not parent processes, not group

I need to kill a process and all of its subprocesses programatically. Killing the group is not an option because I do not want to kill the parent processes. Example: pid process 1 ...
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How to automatically re-start apache if it stops responding and socket is still in use

Apache server Debian Linux x64 serves the site mono applications in mysite.com and other sites using virtual hosting. Sometimes apache stops responding for unknow reason. Apache error_log contains: ...
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Files deleted but process open [duplicate]

My /dev/md1 is full # du -x -m --max-depth=1 | sort -n shows 0 ./dev 0 ./proc 0 ./sys 1 ./home 1 ./lost+found 1 ./media 1 ./mnt 1 ./selinux 1 ./srv 1 ./tmp 4 ./lib32 6 ...
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Safe to kill a process called *:etlservicemgr (LISTEN)?

I am trying to serve locally to port 9001 but I get an listen EADDRINUSE error. When I look at the port with lsof -i :9001 it shows the following COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE ...
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how to stop md3_raid1 and md3_resync process which takes high load

how to stop md3_raid1 and md3_resync process which takes heavy load. can anyone please help me how to stop this process and may i know why this process in started,, now there are 100 plus visitor , i ...
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Batch file that kills a certain process

I am using the following script to kill a process in CLOSE_WAIT state that listens to a certain ip and to a certain port. FOR /F "tokens=5 delims= " %%I IN ( 'netstat -ano ^| find ...
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Processes during stress test get killed

I've run into a somewhat curious situation. I'm currently stress testing a couple of new machines running Fedora 20. I've tried mprime, memtester and systester. All execute for a while and suddenly ...
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BIND 9.10 constantly killed on FreeBSD 10.0 with out of swap space

In one of our slave DNS servers BIND, version bind910-9.10.0P2_3, constantly get killed with the following message in /var/log/messages: Jul 30 01:00:10 cinnabar kernel: pid 602 (named), uid 53, was ...
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App Pool doesn't respect memory limits

I am dealing with a legacy .NET app that has a memory leak. In order to try and mitigate a run away memory situation, I've set the app pool memory limits from anywhere between 500KB to 500000KB ...
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Cannot kill httpd process even with -9

I cannot kill httpd process on my VPS running centos 6.5. I tried killing it with -9 flag which didn't work either. Output of command: ps aux | grep httpd root 29459 0.0 0.0 103252 828 ...
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Set up Ubuntu to kill off Apache child processes when memory usage reaches 90%

My situation is following: We run Magento Professional on a 15Gb ram instance, rackspace. When running htop, we could see that 'apache2 -k start' keeps spawning more child processes, some of them ...
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Preventing Linux Kernel from killing a Java process prematurely

Running Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS with 32 cores 244GB. Its the Amazon EC2 memory instance the big one and Java 1.7u25 My java process is running with -Xmx226g I'm trying to create a really large local ...
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How do I know if the Linux server killed my process and which process it killed?

It seems my server killed a process due to it using too much RAM. Is this possible? If it can happen, how can I know when and what process it killed?
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how do I kill these from ssh? [closed]

root 813251 813235 0 Feb02 ? 00:00:00 /bin/sh -c /usr/bin/test -x /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/update_db_cache && /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/update_db_cache root 813265 813251 ...
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Kill or continue lost Linux sessions

I have an unreliable Internet connection. Sometimes it is lost while logged on to the text command interface of a Ubuntu server. This results in a "garbage" user session (seen when using the who ...
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Close process in all pc of windows domain

How can i close a particular process in ALL domain's PC? I need this for maintenance. The domain is a Windows server 2003 domain. As Dan suggests PSKILL works very well for this purpose but i need ...
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MySQL: nothing listening on port 3306 but the processes still exist. How to graceful shutdown?

Percona-XtraDB-Cluster-server-5.5.24-23.6.340.rhel5 This is a slave server. mysqladmin shutdown hangs at: [Note] Event Scheduler: Purging the queue. 24 events [Note] Slave I/O thread killed while ...
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Kill processes if high load average

Not so far ago LA on my server raised to 400 and I couldn't even login to server using ssh. Does exists any software, that can prevent this situations by automatically killing processes that making ...
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How to automatically kill slow MySQL queries after N seconds?

I am looking for a well tested bash script (or alternative solution) to do so, in order to avoid max_connection to be exhausted. I know that it is fighting the symptoms, but really need such script as ...
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Run a python script that is never Killed

I have a script running python script.py in a new screen but sometimes the script gets killed: 18 21 Restarting processes... done 2 Killed How can I protect the script from being killed even when I ...
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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 ...