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Killing CIM Sessions
Although a CIM session runs under the operating system and can be stopped using operating system commands, this is not advised. When the operating system kills a session, the user is not notified and a record of the session may still display in the CIM Data Load Process Monitor (36.15.4).
The best way to kill a CIM session is to use the Process Monitor. To kill a session, identify the session using the Type and Session fields then press the F5 key in the Session field. A prompt asks you to confirm that you want to delete this record.
If the session was invoked with a low-dispatch priority, your monitor may still display a session after it has been stopped, with a status of Killed. To erase the session from the system, delete it again by putting the cursor on the Session field and pressing F5.