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Try this killall -9 Java Hope this helps!


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Most Unix variants allocate process IDs sequentially: 1, 2, 3, 4, ... When the largest possible PID value is reached, they start again at 1, skipping PIDs that already exist. This is not an obligation. For example, OpenBSD assigns PIDs randomly, not sequentially; this is also an option on FreeBSD. The goal is improved security, though the benefits are ...



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