I’ve tried all sorts of kill commands. When I go
sudo netstat -lpn | grep :3000 I get a PID for a process. I kill it an another one immediately appears. I’ve tried every command I found on stack overflow and nothing can kill it.
Is there a way to wipe my droplet? I just started it so this would be easier then spending any more time trying to debug this.
This all stems from the inability to run my node app, but I believe this will be the first step to solving the larger issue.
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