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. Signals to your Bash shell. In the absence of any traps, an interactive Bash shell ignores SIGTERM and SIGQUIT. SIGINT is caught and handled, and if job control is active, SIGTTIN, SIGTTOU and SIGTSTP are also ignored.
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kill(1) - Linux manual page - Michael Kerrisk KILL(1) User Commands KILL(1) NAME top kill - terminate a process SYNOPSIS top

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How to use the kill Command, by The Linux Information. The kill command is used on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems to terminate processes without having to log out or reboot (i.e., restart) the computer.

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signals - How can I kill a process whose parent. You cannot kill a (also known as zombie) process as it is already dead. The only reason why the system keeps zombie processes is to keep the exit status for the parent to collect.

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Signal Handling — Gunicorn documentation Signal Handling¶ A brief description of the signals handled by Gunicorn. We also document the signals used internally by Gunicorn to communicate with the workers.

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kill (command) - Wikipedia Other useful signals include HUP, TRAP, INT, SEGV and ALRM. HUP sends the SIGHUP signal. Some daemons, including Apache and Sendmail, re-read configuration files upon receiving SIGHUP, so the kill command may be used for this too.