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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Linux Kill Command Options

Linux kill command send signal to the specified process to kill or cancel the job.

Syntax to kill a process is kill [-s] %pid

Linux kill command has many options available for different operations. How many of them do you know?

See below for all the options available with Linux Kill Command.

Signal | Value | Action Comment
SIGINT | 2 | Term Interrupt from keyboard
SIGQUIT | 3 | Core Quit from keyboard
SIGILL | 4 | Core Illegal Instruction
SIGABRT | 6 | Core Abort signal from abort(3)
SIGFPE | 8 | Core Floating point exception
SIGKILL | 9 | Term Kill signal
SIGSEGV | 11 | Core Invalid memory reference
SIGPIPE | 13 | Term Broken pipe: write to pipe with no readers
SIGALRM | 14 | Term Timer signal from alarm(2)
SIGTERM | 15 | Term Termination signal
SIGUSR1 | 30,10,16 | Term User-defined signal 1
SIGUSR2 | 31,12,17 | Term User-defined signal 2
SIGCHLD | 20,17,18 Ign | Child stopped or terminated
SIGCONT | 19,18,25 | Continue if stopped
SIGSTOP | 17,19,23 | Stop process
SIGTSTP | 18,20,24 | Stop typed at tty
SIGTTIN | 21,21,26 | Stop tty input for background process
SIGTTOU | 22,22,27 | Stop tty output for background process



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