How to Trap kill -9 signal

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Old 08-12-2009
How to Trap kill -9 signal

I just want to trap kill -9 signal issued by any of user from any terminal and just capture that user terminal who had raised this kill -9 command
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Old 08-12-2009
You can't by design.
There might be a workaround with Solaris dtrace.
Alternatively, you can patch or interpose the kill command to intercept it when -9 is passed and log the event.
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