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Oracle Web Application Process

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    Sometimes when you shutdown the Apache server for your application using adstpall.sh or adapcctl.sh stop (this will shutdown the web listener process), you may need to verify all the application process was clear from the UNIX side.

    UNIX> ps -ef | grep httpd
    UNIX> ps -ef | grep Apache
    UNIX> ps -ef | grep java

    If there’s no row return from these command, that means all the application process were ended gracefully.

    Otherwise, to clean up the application process, use the command as below: –

    UNIX> kill -9 `ps -ef|grep httpd|grep -v grep|awk{print $2}`

    To clear all the process name with httpd

    UNIX> kill -9 `ps -ef|grep Apache|grep -v grep|awk{print $2}`

    To clear all the process name with Apache

    UNIX> kill -9 `ps -ef|grep java|grep -v grep|awk{print $2}`

    To clear all the process name with java

    Note: Shutdown the Apache server before you issue the command as above.

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