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slurpd -- how to properly stop it?

I've noticed that my generic init script doesn't work for stopping slurpd.  It 
just issues "killall slurpd" which slurpd promptly ignores.  It looks like 
the only way I can kill slurpd is with a -9, but I think this is generally 
considered a bug in applications.  Can someone clue me in on the 'proper' way 
to gracefully stop slurpd? 
Linux oink 2.6.5-7.108-default #1 Wed Aug 25 13:34:40 UTC 2004 i686 i686 i386 
oink:/var/log/ldap # rpm -qf /usr/bin/killall