Manual Reference Pages - PROC::KILLALL (3)
killall - Kill all instances of a process by pattern matching the command-line
killall(HUP, xterm); # SIGHUP all xterms
killall(KILL, ^netscape$); # SIGKILL to "netscape"
This module provides one function, killall(), which takes two parameters:
a signal name or number (see kill()) and a process pattern. This pattern
is matched against the process command-line as the ps command would
show it (ps is not used internally, instead a package called
Proc::ProcessTable is used).
killall searches the process table and sends that signal to all processes
which match the pattern. The return value is the number of processes that
were successfully signaled. If any kills failed, the $! variable
will be set based on that last one that failed (even if a successful kill
Written in 2000 by Aaron Sherman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Proc::Killall is copyright 2000 by Aaron Sherman, and may be
distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.
Proc::ProcessTable is required for Proc::Killall to function.
perl, perlfunc, perlvar, Proc::ProcessTable
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