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For some reason, I have a few open sessions on an SSH server that I don't know about. I assume they're leftovers from when my pipe broke.

$ users
user1 user2 user3 me me me me

Is there a way to log me out across all sessions?

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up vote 9 down vote accepted

You could try killing off the individual processes that are still running as you, or just purge the system of everything running as you: pkill -u username

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# ps -ea | grep username

kill -9 id's
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