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Dennis Allison wrote:
> We just had an example of a run away process with one of our authenticated
> users.
> 
> I would have liked to kill off the user's processing while leaving all the
> other users running.  
> 
> Any ideas as to how to accomplish this?  I do know
> the user's login and password, but little else.  We use the Cookie
> Crumbler and a slightly hacked UserFolder for authentication.

Can't be done.  There is no safe way to interrupt an in-process request,
even if you could figure out that it "belonged" to a given user;  any
attempt will likely leave your system hosed, requiring an appserver restart.


Tres.
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