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Old 09-25-2009, 06:22 PM   #1
psirisha
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fuser -k * not working in linux server


Hi All,

Tried using fuser -k * which is pertaining to my application which is running in one of the linux application server there is no error displayed when I ran this command but my application processes are not stopped.

So as quick solution using kill -9 PID (process id) and my application stops.

Can any one please help me in resolving this!!!
 
Old 09-26-2009, 01:09 AM   #2
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Hi All,

Tried using fuser -k * which is pertaining to my application which is running in one of the linux application server there is no error displayed when I ran this command but my application processes are not stopped.

So as quick solution using kill -9 PID (process id) and my application stops.

Can any one please help me in resolving this!!!
Sure, I can help. But before I offer a surefire solution, you need to state a problem. Do it this way:

1. Here is what happened: __________________

2. But here is what I had hoped would happen: _____________

3. Here is how (2) differs from (1): ________________

Compose your reply in such a way that the reader cannot possibly fail to understand what you think is wrong and how it differs from a perfect day in a perfect world.
 
Old 09-27-2009, 09:53 AM   #3
psirisha
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Hi All,

Please find my problem,


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Sure, I can help. But before I offer a surefire solution, you need to state a problem. Do it this way:

1. Here is what happened: __application processes didnot stopped when used fuser -k * command is used in linux server________________

2. But here is what I had hoped would happen: ____processes should be stopped_________

3. Here is how (2) differs from (1): _____same command works in other lower environments but not in production___________

Compose your reply in such a way that the reader cannot possibly fail to understand what you think is wrong and how it differs from a perfect day in a perfect world.
 
  


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