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SubjectRe: is killing zombies possible w/o a reboot?
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On Thursday 04 November 2004 21:10, Tim Connors wrote:

> Of course, it's not necessarily a bug. Someone could have just kicked
> the ethernet, and so your process is stuck waiting for a read/write.

But it *is* a process hung in D state after you sent it a kill. It's safe to
assume, at least, that something is screwed up somewhere. More information
is always a good thing.

--Russell

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