The first time I used it was for precisely this reason - some buggy PHP code opened 
hundreds of connections to a dev server which then remained open doing nothing except 
wasting resources. It was particularly useful in that case as I didn't have access to 
the web server at the time.

Shortly afterwards I added support to pgAdmin's server status tool which has proven quite handy (although I will admit, mainly for canceling ather than terminating).

Yeah, I've added the kill and cancel commands to phppgadmin. I'm happy if kill is removed though, i don't want my newbie users panicing their machines.

phpmyadmin has both kill and cancel since they're sql commands in mysql.


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