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Nov 30, 2016
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 See https://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/systemd.kill.html#KillMode= 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.
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