Re: Can't shut down the mud!

From: Del (caminturn@EARTHLINK.NET)
Date: 09/03/98

Ghost Shaidan wrote:
> Try from the shell a kill -nohup <pid of mud>
> To get the pid, type ps aux | grep <your username> it will be to the left
> of the line with your code on it.
> On Thu, 3 Sep 1998, Jeannie Stauffer wrote:

ps ux will show all processes that were started with your username, however
was the mud started on his account?

ps aux shows all processes and usersnames.. if you have the rights, shutdown
the mud via the pid stated as above.

will look something like this
yourname  11532  0.0  3.4  3776  3312  ?  S   18:05   0:02 bin/circle -q 4000

kill 11532
will shut it down.
It will also start the sleep 60 and your mud will reboot after the sleep 60
(if autorun script was used to start the mud)

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