Kills processes specified by command or pattern match. The default signal sent by killall is
TERM but may be specified on the command line. killall assembles and executes a set of kill commands to accomplish its task.
Use with the -t or -u options to limit processes that sent a signal to those matching
Print diagnostic information only about targeted processes; doesn't send signal.
Print usage and exit.
List known signal names.
procname as a case-insensitive regular expression for selecting real process names to send a signal to.
Show the kill command lines that send the signal but don't actually execute them.
signal to process.
signal may be a name (see -l option) or number.
Used to further select only those processes attached to the specified
tty(procname tty), or to select all processes attached to the specified
Used to further select only those processes owned by the specified
user(procname user), or to select all processes owned by the specified
user (i.e., no
Verbose output. Print the kill command lines that send the signal.