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Java - Trapping Unix Signals

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Hi All,

How do I do to trap Unix signals like: kill -9, -15 or "Ctrl + C" in my java program ?

Do I have how to do this ?

Thanks,
root.
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First of all: kill -9 is UNCATCHABLE.

See:
      http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/ibm/library/i-signalhandling/

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