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Eventhough i killed the nginx process still it is running ..

I did the following steps 1)Finding the process PID using netstat -n -a -o | findstr "0.0.0.0:80" and killing it with taskkill /F /PID 52544 2)Even i tried giving taskkill /F /IM nginx.exe in command prompt

Now when i use netstat -n -a -o | findstr "0.0.0.0:80" i dont see any process running on port 80 but still i can see the nginx homepage in port 80?

I dont know how to stop that process

Thanks

  • Have you tried just stop nginx's service? – Alexey Ten Apr 4 '17 at 8:39
  • yeah i tried that one too.It is throwing error like this failed (2: The system cannot find the file specified) – Private Apr 4 '17 at 8:39
  • Is it maybe cached? Ctrl+F8 – mzhaase Apr 4 '17 at 9:36
  • Yeah, the problem is with browser since it is using autofill option . When i unchecked autofill and cleared the cache now i can see nginx is stopped. – Private Apr 4 '17 at 9:43
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Use nginx -s stop to stop all nginx processes

  • You'll have to navigate to the folder where NGINX is installed first and then the above command nginx -s stop shown by Endogen will work. – Raymond Wachaga Feb 11 at 20:46
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First Way (Manually):

Know the /PID by Command: tasklist /fi "imagename eq nginx.exe" and taskkill /f /pid *pid of nginx.exe*.

Second Way (Pragmatically):

If you want to terminate with batch script (save as nginx_terminator.bat):

@echo off
::===============================
::=======NGINX TERMINATER========
::===============================
::[Author:WinPhay Date:8.29.2017]
::===============================
:LOOP
tasklist | find /i "nginx.exe">nul  && Taskkill /F /IM  "nginx.exe" & exit/b
timeout /t 30
goto:LOOP

For more information read the Nginx for Windows documentation.

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You can use the code taskkill /f /IM nginx.exe in cmd for removing all the running nginx process in windows

Or use nginx -s stop

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