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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH 9/9] init/NetBSD: move xenbackendd to xend init script

Ian Jackson wrote:
> Christoph Egger writes ("Re: [PATCH 9/9] init/NetBSD: move xenbackendd to 
> xend init script"):
>> On 07/17/12 18:23, Roger Pau Monne wrote:
>>> Yes, but xend seems to spawn two processes that regenerate, so you have
>>> to kill them with one shot, or it will be useless. "xend stop" doesn't
>>> work either, but since xend is deprecated I think it's rather useless to
>>> try to fix this properly now.
>> pkill xend  should do it. :)
> What if some other thing on the system has a process called `xend' ?
> Does it limit it to processes owned by root or something ?
> Or is it just expected that on *BSD we will occasionally kill the
> wrong process ?

I'm using the full path (pkill -f /usr/xen42/sbin/xend), so unless
another process has an argument that's /usr/xen42/sbin/xend (which I've
never seen) it will only kill xend.

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