kill-all(1) command

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NAME
kill-all - kill processes on specified machines.

SYNOPSIS
kill-all [option] regular-expression

DESCRIPTION
kill-all sends a signal to processes on all specified nodes. Processes listed in the output of the ps(1) command which match the regular-expression are counted as targets.

Target nodes are specified by -score option or -h option, or the SCORE_OPTIONS environment variable.

OPTIONS
-score SCore_option
Specifies target nodes to kill. Format of SCore_option is comma separated strings as follows.
pe=number
Specifies number of target nodes. If this is not specified, from first node to last node in score.conf file are used.
first=hostname
Specifies hostname of first node. The kill command is invoked from this node in the order specified in the score.conf file. If this is not specified, the current hostname is used.
Strings other than these are simply ignored.

If one of these are omitted, then value of the environment variable SCORE_OPTIONS are used,

-number
Specifies signal number, default is 15 (SIGTERM).

-h "list of hostname"
Specifies hostnames separated by white space, and enclosed by quotation. The kill command is invoked on all specified hosts.

-n
Do NOT send any signals, but print the processes which match regular-expression.

FILES
score.conf

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
RWCROOT
When the package is installed in a different directory to that specified when making the binary image, this option specifies the top directory of the package location.
SCORE_OPTIONS
default value of -score option.

SEE ALSO
ps(1), rsh-all(1), environment variable(7), score.conf file

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