rm file restoration

i have removed below pid file using rm command as i got some error messages with permissions on that

rm xyz.pid

is there is a way i can restore that file

I am trying to start the web logic server and having issues which used to work earlier file

Please advise
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
The PID files for web servers are created automatically when the server starts.  Simply stop the server (a cold full stop, not just a restart) and start it again.

You probably have no control over the location or permissions on the server's PID file, so if there is a permissions issue you'll probably need to give the failing process membership in the server's group.

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gudii9Author Commented:
how to do cold full forced stop?
Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
For Apache, "apachectl stop" and then "apachectl start."  For other servers ... no idea.
gudii9Author Commented:
it asked while stoping to remove something i said yes and enter
then it stoppedd
then when i gave start command it started successfully

not sure some times while stopping get these dummy errors making me nervous
Prabhin MPEngineer-TechOPSCommented:
or else you create  touch a file in the same location and restart the service,



if the service is not stopped kill the service,

kill -9 < service PID>
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