When I run
sudo kill -9 [PID] with the proper process ID, the process stops but then is restarted and has a new PID. I'm trying to kill the
How can I mimic the Activity Monitor in killing a process? In the Activity Monitor, when you press "Quit Process", the process permanently stops running, it is totally terminated. I figure that
kill will do the same thing right?
I had both the Activity Monitor and the terminal next to each other to see if the command works, but every time I do
sudo kill -9 [PID], the process in Activity monitor doesn't go away, it just refreshes with a new PID.
So... how do I kill the
mysqld process via the terminal?