And is it....?
Tried doing a
ps auxwww | grep java
And see if you see a PID with number 32818?
I assume you have a legit reason to restart it. Try sending a hup to the process and maybe it terminates.
kill -hup 32818
Give it a few seconds. Do a couple of ps auxwww | grep java to see if the pid remains running. If it refuses to die, go full-on and murder it:
kill -9 32818
Needless to say, it might be that someone started the process as root, and that root wrote the pid-file, and that it no longer can be overwritten/removed due to permissions. If this is the case you might have to chown the files and folders accordingly, but you might want to try all this for a start.
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