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>Not really. Try ``zap'' in the ports.
That's not quite the same thing. killall isn't interactive, to begin
with. There's something that is just nice about killall -HUP inetd.
>i'm not a fan of killall, it looks like /var/run,awk,ps,etc enough for
On BSD/OS and OpenBSD, I do it with ps and awk. On FreeBSD, killall
takes care of killing processes by name very cleanly. Since the support
is there in OpenBSD to do it, I was just thinking it might be a nice
addition, that isn't too much of a bastardisation and does have useful
I suppose the major downside is that to use it, you need /proc, and
currently /proc is not mounted by default (though procfs is in the
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