Oh well - process management under windows is a kind of pain. I especially had to deal with my maven/quarkus/intelliJ combination:

I can easily start qQarkus and attach a debugger, but intellij always fails to stop the related processes and ends up stuck. For a while, I used the task manager to manually kill the processes.

Sometimes I didn’t kill all properly and the port was blocked etc, you probably know the drill.

wmic to the rescue! With it, you can basiscally use SQL-ish syntax to do funny things like killing processes:

wmic process where "commandline like '%%projectname%%jar%%'" delete

Just put this inside of a batch file and tell intellij to call it. Et voila!

https://superuser.com/questions/1003921/how-to-show-full-command-line-of-all-processes-in-windows