Kill webrick process on OSX Lion {localhost:3000}

Hi Folks,

I have a simple question

When I have to stop the webrick server on my OSX Lion I use the follow
keyboard button:

Ctrl + Z

but after that I launch the command: “ps”

the webrick server is always active I have to kill the process with:

kill -9 [ID PROCESS]

exist a command to kill instantly the webrick server?

thanks,

C

Control-C always works for me - in fact, that’s part of the message on
screen when I start it from command line.

Craig

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ctrl-z doesn’t kill a process, it moves it to the background; this is
standard UNIX/Linux behavior, not at all unique to OS X.

ctrl-c interrupts a process

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thanks a lot man:),

C

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