The acuserve -kill command causes the acuserve process to be halted (killed). If no server is specified, the acuserve process is halted on the current host; otherwise, the process is halted on the named host.
Unless the -f option is specified, acuserve prompts for confirmation before the halt action is executed, as shown below.
Shutting down acuserve on: condor There are 0 files in use by acuserve on: condor Do you really want to shut down acuserve [N]?
Respond by entering Y or N.
Optional arguments to -kill include:
|Specifies the name of the server machine on which to kill the acuserve process. If no server is specified, the server is assumed to be the local host.
|Causes the acuserve process to terminate immediately, without prompting for confirmation. -f should be used when acuserve -kill is included in a program or script.
|Identifies a particular instance of the acuserve program by port number. The -n must be followed by a space and then an integer, for example, 6524. If no port number is specified, the default port is terminated.