Re: [9fans] killing 'none' - Plan9

This is a discussion on Re: [9fans] killing 'none' - Plan9 ; if you're the host owner, you can do 'Kill' -- with a captial k. > Hello all, > > I run on my terminal a process, which switches user id to 'none' (f.e. tftpd). > I can't kill that process. ...

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  1. Re: [9fans] killing 'none'

    if you're the host owner, you can do 'Kill' -- with a captial k.

    > Hello all,
    >
    > I run on my terminal a process, which switches user id to 'none' (f.e. tftpd).
    > I can't kill that process.
    >
    > ps | grep none
    > none 132 0:00 0:00 140K Open tftpd
    >
    > echo kill>/proc/132/note
    > /proc/132/note: rc: can't open: '/proc/132/note' permission denied
    >
    > Is it somehow possible to kill that process?
    > Or is it necessary to reboot?
    >
    >
    > Antonin




  2. Re: [9fans] killing 'none'

    On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 7:29 PM, Skip Tavakkolian <9nut@9netics.com> wrote:
    > if you're the host owner, you can do 'Kill' -- with a captial k.
    >
    >> Hello all,
    >>
    >> I run on my terminal a process, which switches user id to 'none' (f.e. tftpd).
    >> I can't kill that process.
    >>
    >> ps | grep none
    >> none 132 0:00 0:00 140K Open tftpd
    >>
    >> echo kill>/proc/132/note
    >> /proc/132/note: rc: can't open: '/proc/132/note' permission denied
    >>
    >> Is it somehow possible to kill that process?
    >> Or is it necessary to reboot?
    >>
    >>
    >> Antonin


    Yes, it works! :-)
    Thanks.

    Antonin


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