Zope 3.3 was running on port 8080 on Linux. Instead of using webserver.py stop 
to kill the server I ran netstat -nlp. It showed one pid using port 8080.

Then I killed that pid. Zope 3.3 continued to serve up a corrupted page for 
many minutes afterwards. It eventually died.

Did killing the PID that was using port 8080 kill Zope 3 entirely?



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