Github user tgravescs commented on the issue:
    I think the kill is to more cleanly shutdown on the yarn side of things.  
If you yarn kill an application on yarn it doesn't set the history 
appropriately, etc.  Its also just nice to have one spot to go to do things, 
similar to mapred, pig, oozie, type commands.
    I think we can definitely split this up into 2 prs, one for the rpc layer 
changes (which requires some lower level changes due to authentication with 
tokens) and then one for the kill command itself, does that sounds good @vanzin?

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