• signal <string> 被发送kill信号的工作进程名称。




需要注意的是,在工作进程中有一个方法process.kill() ,这个方法与本方法不同,本方法是kill

  • signal <string> Name of the kill signal to send to the worker process.

This function will kill the worker. In the master, it does this by disconnecting the worker.process, and once disconnected, killing with signal. In the worker, it does it by disconnecting the channel, and then exiting with code 0.

Because kill() attempts to gracefully disconnect the worker process, it is susceptible to waiting indefinitely for the disconnect to complete. For example, if the worker enters an infinite loop, a graceful disconnect will never occur. If the graceful disconnect behavior is not needed, use worker.process.kill().

Causes .exitedAfterDisconnect to be set.

This method is aliased as worker.destroy() for backwards compatibility.

Note that in a worker, process.kill() exists, but it is not this function, it is kill.