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I just went to run cruisecontrol only to find that it's already running when I thought it shut itself down. For some reason I can't find the pid for cruisecontrol with ps -e in order to use kill. How can I kill this?

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Implement ISpeed2 ? – amelvin Apr 13 '10 at 14:51
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Looking under /my_install_path/cruisecontrol/ I found the file "cc.pid" which contains the PID that I needed to kill.

$ cat cc.pid
43179
$ kill 43179

or more succinctly

$ kill `cat cc.pid`
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