Latest commit a0ee734 Nov 30, 2016 @njam njam Change systemd KillMode to "mixed"
Possible values are:
- control-group: all remaining processes in the control group of this unit will be killed on unit stop
- process: only the main process itself is killed
- mixed: the SIGTERM signal is sent to the main process while the subsequent SIGKILL signal is sent to all remaining processes of the unit's control group


The current value of "process" will overlook any remaining forked/daemonized processes. When stopping or restarting such a process, child processes can become zombies.
 When instead using "mixed" systemd will send a SIGKILL signal to all remaining processes of the same control group, and thus prevent zombies.
 We should always try to prevent zombies.