#Restarting Herd Services
It might happen that Herd displays that a service like
FPM is not running for a specific PHP version. This can happen if Herd is unable to properly shut down all background services when you close the app.
To kill all stray services, go to your terminal and perform the
killall command for every service that is still running, naming the services.
#Force a shutdown of all Herd services
This command shuts down all processes that Herd might run (PHP 7.4 - 8.3, Nginx and Dnsmasq).
Shutdown all Herd services on Apple Silicon Macs
sudo killall nginx-arm64 dnsmasq-arm64 \php74-fpm \php80-fpm \php81-fpm \php82-fpm \php83-fpm
Shutdown all Herd services on Intel Macs
sudo killall nginx-x86 dnsmasq-x86 \php74-fpm \php80-fpm \php81-fpm \php82-fpm \php83-fpm