I've some file with .sh extensions that runs some softwares.Now,how do I stop running that filesI know we run the command ./start_tomcat.sh to start the apache.Is there any command to stop that file/process or is it just kill the process to stop the process
im trying to output a list of running processes via a shell script. At the moment i got this which outputs the processes to a text file called out.
echo $(ps aux) >>out
The problem is though, the processes are all just one big block of text which makes it hard to read. Does anyone know how to sort the output to a text file so that it prints to the text file at 1 process per line? I know its probably simple but im very new to linux.
I'm having a slight dilemma on reading data from a text file and outputting it into a table then displaying it. Basically I'm writing a shell script that takes information from text files then outputs the data into a table with 4 headings.he extracting of the data is fine, but creating a table i'm having problems with. I think it is possible to do it using the awk function, but so far i'm having a lot of difficulties.
I have a script almost working except for 1 thing. What I'm trying to do is read a file that has the files that need to be FTP'd using a bash script. I have everything working except the reading of the file. It works outside of the ftp script I've wrote but once I put it in the FTP script it doesn't.
Here's the Script:
#Here's where the problem is that I know of
I've been playing w/ the exclamation points to see if that could be the problem, but so far no luck.
I have a text file that contains a single word and I want to write a bash script that will read the word from the text file... The following is my incorrect attempt, as it assigns the name of the textfile to the variable as opposed to the word stored within the textfile:(assume I have a text file value.txt that has its contents a single word, say wordone)
Code: #!/bin/sh for f in value.txt do echo $f done
so the output of the above script is value.txt, however I want it to be wordone.to summarise: how do I assign the value of the word contained within a textfile to a variable?
the process is mcelog. When I do as root kill -9 2323 which is pid of mcelog the process is not killed. I tried doing the same from top, press K and enter pid of mcelog. doing ps auwx | grep mcelog I see there are several results. I tried killing all of them like kill -9 2355 2341 3425 2345. But re-running the above commands still shows them as running. How else would I troubleshoot this to avoid restarting of the box.
Ctrl-c doesn't always work to kill the current process (for instance, if that process is busy in certain network operations). In that case, you just see "^C" by your cursor, and can't do much else.What's the easiest way to force that process to die now without losing my terminal?
Summary of answers below:Usually, you can Ctrl-z to put the process to sleep, and then do "kill -9 process-pid", where you find the process's pid with 'ps' and other tools.On Bash (and possibly other shells) you can do "kill -9 %1" (or '%N' in general) which is easier. If Ctrl-z doesn't work, you'll have to open another terminal and kill from there.
I have a big problem with one of my processes named "mbusd" ;it is an opensource modbus RTU/TCP gateway when I plug USB to serial convertor to it my laptop without this process linux makes virtual ttyUSB very fine and when I unplug it it removes except some times (SOME TIMES not all the times) that I run mbusd process to work with, at that time during mbusd process work when I unplug USB/serial converter the virtual ttyUSB does not disappear and mbusd does not exit too and it turnes in something like this when I get ps -aux: mbusd [defunc] at this time I can not even kill it with -9 or -15 signals and pluging back the converter does not solve the problem too and mbusd does not exit or start to run again.
I want to limit the time a grep process command is allowed to run or be alive.For example. I want to perform the following:grep -qsRw -m1 "parameter" /varBut before running the grep command I want to limit how long the grep process is to live, say no longer than 30 seconds.How do I do this?And if it can, how do I return or reset to have no time limit afterwards.
I just bought an SSL cert and installed on my Apache server. When I restarted something went wrong so I had to change some config stuff and when I tried to restart apache for the second time I got this:
$ sudo apache2ctl start (98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to address [::]:80 (98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80 no listening sockets available, shutting down Unable to open logs
Problem is that apache isn't running. For some reason there is something hogging my tcp 80 port, preventing apache from starting properly. How do I fix this? Is there a way to "free" a port?
I've three user in my machine ,and i want to make sure that the process created by the user1 can be killed by other user and vice-versa ,is there any way i can do that without using root password or sudo
Possible Duplicate: Finding the process that is using a certain port in Linux I'm using Ubuntu Linux 11.04. How do I write a shell script expression that will find the process running on port 4444 and then kill the process?
I tried googling but didn't get any answer for this.I have a process called "abc" and it is running with PID "123".I have a putty session opened with PID "999".I am giving kill -TERM 123 from putty session.My process "abc" before dying it should catch the PID of the terminal which provided TERM signal to it.Is there any way to find this out
I need to kill a process which has been started by user2 if I am user1 without being sudoers or using root.Do you know if there is a way of setting that when launching the process? Such as a list of users allowed to kill the process?
a project using bluetooth to send data byte by byte to external devices buti'm not familiar using arrays to read file from another location before sending the data.If you could,do correct my codes.Here's my code,
What are the possible problem when Windows access the file from Ubuntu got Read Only even though have a full permission to read, write and execute the file? Ubuntu to Ubuntu accessing the file there is no problem only Windows got a problem.
How can read the file /var/etc/allInOne.cfg and distribute its contents on multiple cfg files using C language. /var/etc/allInOne.cfg contain the data and the path of each text file.
The source file "/var/etc/allInOne.cfg "look like this: line1 line2 ... line10 filePath:/var/etc/file1.cfg line12 line13 ... line14 filePath:/var/etc/file2.cfg linen .. filePath:/var/etc/filen.cfg the result will be :
The expected result is: /var/etc/file1.cfg will contain line1 to line10 /var/etc/file2.cfg will contain line 12 to line13 /var/etc/filen.cfg will contain linen to linen-1