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From zengwm <800...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] How to stop httpd in single process mode on Linux
Date Mon, 05 May 2008 05:56:39 GMT
Hi,

On Fedora 8, I start apache in single process mode using this command:
httpd -X
And it won't stop!

Sending it SIGKILL will kill the process. But it does not respond to
SIGTERM or SIGINT.

Is there a way to shut it down but not to kill it?

I start httpd in this way because I'm debugging it, I don't want to
use the control scripts.

Thanks!

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