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SubjectRe: NFS daemons in D state for 2 minutes at shutdown
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>>>>> " " == VDA  <VDA@port.imtp.ilyichevsk.odessa.ua> writes:

> Hello Trond, Friday, September 21, 2001, 12:25:22 PM, you
> wrote:
TM> Bullshit. killall5 is definitely *not* a well accepted method
TM> for shutting down applications. Try doing that while your
TM> network is running via a ppp link...
> And what is the well accepted method? I'd like to fix my
> system, so please somebody enlighten me...
Use a combination of 'ps' and 'kill -9' or even 'killall'. Anything
that actually selects the nfsd daemons and *NOT* the portmapper.
Grab a copy of nfs-utils and look at the init script included
there if you still don't understand...

Cheers,
Trond
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