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SubjectRe: processes hung

On Thu, 31 Aug 2000 hiren_mehta@agilent.com wrote:

> I am testing my scsi driver. I started the test, and down
> the line, the I/O processes (cp/rm) are hung. It looks
> like they are hung on completion of some I/O. How do I
> find out, for which I/O they are waiting ? Is there any
> way to look at the kernel data structures ?

Albert Cahalan sent this one to me when I was having scsi troubles.

ps -eo fname,tty,pid,stat,pcpu,nwchan,wchan
ps -eo pid,stat,pcpu,nwchan,wchan=WIDE-WCHAN-COLUMN -o args

dave


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