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Phantom process killing

I have a java application running on a CentOS 5.4 server. Randomly, and seemingly without cause, these processes will die, not through the application exiting, or due to my killing it, but due to ...
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kill sessions for other machines

I've an admin and client site. Multiple users will view at client site at the same time. It is possible that I can force the users logout of my client site from admin site? I'm now using classic ASP ...
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kill all process spawned by parent process with ssh -x -n on other node

Hi A software named G09 works in parallel using Linda. It spawns its parallel childs on other node as /usr/bin/ssh -x compute-0-127.local -n /usr/local/g09l/g09/linda-exe/l1002.exel ...other_opts... ...
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view/kill a Windows O/S processes from Ubuntu Server

Is there a Ubuntu version of Sysinternals Process Utilities, which allows Window users to view/control remote processes? I already know I can setup cygwin on Windows and use ssh to remote in. All I'm ...
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SSSD process won't die

Thanks for taking the time to check out my problem. I'm currently working on an issue that has only appeared once before. Back on Jan 3rd when this first appeared we were able to reboot the server ...
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ps and top show a different command name then what pkill and pgrep sees

Often times I want to kill process that I believe has changed its command name (I think through setproctitle() or something similar). Apparent pkill, pgrep, and friends do not read the new command ...
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Apache - how to automatically kill apache subprocess of closed connection

I am using Apache 2.4 (Linux) where I have some CGI app that runs long-standing system subprocesses. When the client finish the connection prematurely (for example when a user close the web browser), ...
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w Reports A Process of A Deleted User

the w command reports the following: adm1@prdsvr:/home/adm1> w 10:18AM up 13 days, 15:04, 6 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.01 User tty login@ idle JCPU PCPU ...
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Check if process won't respond to kill -9

I have an Ubuntu Apache server with some very weird problems, and as an intermediate solution, I need to write a script that kills off worker processes. The problem is that a worker process ...