GWAVA 4.x, 5.x, and 6.x Running on Linux
After running the 'rcgwavaman stop' command and then 'rcgwavaman status' to see if everything shut down, there is a module that is still running. How can I kill this?
To kill a module that won't shut down, you need to kill the PID. Do the following:
1) Find out the PID for the module by typing: ps ax | grep gwavaWhen you run 'rcgwavaman status' now it should show that this module is not running.
gwava106:~ # ps ax | grep gwava
20987 ? Ss 0:00 /opt/beginfinite/gwava/assets/bin/linux/x32/gwvrelay none
21031 pts/1 S+ 0:00 grep gwava
In this example the PID is 20987.
2) Kill the PID by typing: kill -9 PID. So for the example above you would type: kill -9 20987
If you need to kill more then one PID at a time you can put a space in between each one: kill -9 pid pid pid pid
This article was originally published in the GWAVA knowledgebase as article ID 2240.