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How to kill rmiregistry on Linux?

 
zulfiqar raza
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Folks, anyone know how to kill an rmiregistry process on linux? since I can't even find the process when I do a 'ps -aux'.
But the process is still running, or has not released some lock as, if i try to restart rmiregistry it says port already in use. But if I reboot my Linux machine it works fine.
On windows its simple, i just Ctrl-C and rmiregistry stops. and then i can restart it. But I can't kill it on Linux as the process does not even show up!
anyone?
 
asad ali
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Following is true for Red Hat Linux 7.0.
After starting the rmiregistry, execute the following command from command line
ps -ef | grep java
You should list of processes that are similar to
/usr/java/jdk1.3/bin/i386/native.
Kill the first of these processes and that should kill your rmiregistry.
CAUTION:If you have any other java process like client and/or server running, then you need to stop these processes before you run the 'ps' command.
 
ram mohan
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This works in Linux Mandraka.I hope it works in all linux which is compatible with the Red Hat.
Type
ps -ax|grep rmiregistry
and enter.Then in the command mode process id of the rmiregistry get displayed.then kill -9 id. This kill that process
[This message has been edited by ram mohan (edited April 06, 2001).]
 
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