How can I kill a process based on its command line arguments?
pkill seem to only work based on the process name.
I need this to be able to differentiate between a number of applications running inside Java virtual machines, where
java is the process name for all of them and the actual application name can be found by looking at the command line arguments.
This can be done manually with
ps aux | grep myapp.jar and then manually killing the pid from the output, but I'd like a command to do something equivalent automatically.