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  1. First, `Ctrl+Z`.
  2.  
  3. Then in your terminal:
  4. ```bash
  5. $ kill -INT $(cat tmp/pids/server.pid)
  6. ```
  7.  
  8. Find out the PID of the process:
  9. ```bash
  10. $ lsof -wni tcp:3000
  11. ```
  12.  
  13. Then
  14. ```bash
  15. $ kill -9 PID
  16. ```
  17. where PID - is number from PID column.
  18.  
  19. Done.
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