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# 1  
Old 03-03-2009
Read/kill processes

Hi,
I read a set of processes with:
ps -eaf|grep oracleTRLV

The result is:
oracle 23253 1 0 15:14:11 ? 0:00 oracleTRLV (LOCAL=NO)
oracle 23301 1 0 15:15:07 ? 0:00 oracleTRLV (LOCAL=NO)
oracle 22914 1 0 15:11:19 ? 0:00 oracleTRLV (LOCAL=NO)

How to I kill the "oracleTRLV" ones? Is there an option for the "kill" command that allows me to do it?

Thank you.
# 2  
Old 03-03-2009
If you can logon as root or as the oracle user you can kill those processes. Assuming killing them is actually a good idea, which you should check on FIRST:

Code:
ps -eaf|grep oracleTRLV |  \ 
while read one pid restofline
do
     kill -9 $pid
done

# 3  
Old 03-03-2009
You can try something like that :

Code:
ps -eaf | grep oracleTRLV | while read ora_proc
do
     set `echo $ora_proc`
     kill $2
done

# 4  
Old 03-03-2009
Stupid question

SmilieStupid question: how do I run the code provided?
# 5  
Old 03-03-2009
You can run it directly from the shell prompt: just cut and paste
# 6  
Old 03-03-2009
Beautiful!!!!

Beautiful ... thank you so much!!!
# 7  
Old 03-03-2009
Run the code every 2 hours

How do I run the code every 2 hours automatically?

Thank you!
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