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Old 01-15-2008
command questions

Hi, can anyone answer the following questions?



1.How do you check for particular exception in a growing log file?

2.How do you terminate a long running process? What if there are multiple instances running?

Thanks

James
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Old 01-15-2008
seems like somebody asked you these questions.
1. use the grep command
2. use the kill command
if multiple instances are running, use process id to terminate the required process
 

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