Re: one more try...
Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 08:33:19 +0200
Kasper Dupont <email@example.com> writes:
>> You should avoid using SIGKILL (9), since
>> it doesn't give the process a chance to perform any cleanup, such as
>> deleting temporary/lock files.
> In generally yes, you should give it SIGTERM and a few
> seconds to cleanup before you give it the final SIGKILL.
> But in the case of xterm I don't think it actually have
> anything to cleanup.
How are utmp/wtmp entries handled in this case?
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