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    SubjectRe: CPU hogs ignoring SIGTERM (unkillable processes)
    "Ulrich Windl" <> writes:

    > Hello,
    > today I've discovered a programming error in one of my programs (that's fixed
    > already). When trying to replace the binary, I found out that the processes seem
    > unaffected by a plain "kill": They just continue to consume CPU. However, a "kill
    > -9" terminates them. ist that intended behavior? I guess not. Here are some facts:

    Are you sure it doesn't block or ignore the signal?


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