Kill Linux server’s remote session


I am assuming you have two session/terminal of same Linux servers.
STEP 1:- Find out the terminal name. Type the below command on first terminal.
[root@lcoalhost ~]# tty
/dev/pts/0

STEP 2:- Find out the terminal name.  Type the below command on second terminal.
[root@localhost ~]# tty
/dev/pts/1

STEP 3:- Find out the PID of terminal which you want to kill.
[root@localhost ~]# who -all | grep root
root     + pts/0        2012-07-18 17:47   .         27981 (IP_Address)
root     + pts/1        2012-07-18 17:47   .         27999 (IP_Address)

For example, you want to kill remote session /dev/pts/1 then just type the below command from first terminal.
[root@localhost ~]# kill -1 27999

Where 27999 is PID of /dev/pts/1 terminal.

That’s it.