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2.10.14. Force termination of processes

In case of freezing of any processes within the hosting account, you can connect to it via SSH and forcibly terminate them.

To view the list of running processes, run the command:

ps aux

To terminate a specific process, run the following command, substituting PID process id from output results ps aux (number from column PID):

kill PID

To terminate all PHP processes, run the following command:

kill $(pgrep -f php)

To force quit all processes at once, run the following command:

pkill -9 -u $(whoami)

After executing the command, all processes running in your hosting account will be forcibly terminated. This will also automatically disconnect the SSH connection.