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Old 08-19-2009
Kill remote application launched via SSH command

Hi All
I launch some application in a remote machine using ssh

ssh -X myname@mycompany@RemoteServerIp 'myApplicationName'

When I want to kill the application I hit CTRL+C and I see a message 'Killed by signal 2'.[html][<br>/HTML] Unfortunately on the remote machine the application is not really killed; I can see it still running in the list of process.
How to perfectly killan application launched using ssh? Is CTRL+C not enough?
Thank you very much
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Old 08-19-2009
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