terminates each process (for a numeric
process running a given
(for a non-numeric module name),
by writing a
message to the corresponding process's control file
to write a
message instead, killing all processes in the given process's process group
Processes running a
are identified by their
file, and the process ID of each such process is printed on standard output.
A process that incurs an exception (eg, array bounds check)
is normally suspended in the `broken' state to allow debugging.
kills all such processes owned by the current user, releasing any resources
they hold back to the system;
it prints their process IDs.