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Worker MPM with kill in Apache

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I started apache server which has worker as mpm in debug mode. I killed the process with kill -9 then it kills the process and stop debug. But when I am using kill -term PID then it is not killing process. Whereas kill -term PID is woking with prefork debug.Â
If I want to use kill -term PID in debug mode of worker then how to do that.

posted Nov 28, 2017 by anonymous

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