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SubjectRe: Deadlock: Linux-2.2.18, sym53c8xx, Compaq ProLiant, HP Ultrium
Hi!

Thank you for your reply!

Manfred Spraul wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > After that, the amanda process hangs in state "D" and
> > cannot be killed anymore. The machine itself is still
> > working.
> >
> >
> If something is stuck in D state, always try sysrq-T.
> This dumps the kernel stack of all processes. Check that the stuck
> process is logged (the kernel log can overflow if many processes are
> running), then parse the result through ksymoops.
> This shows you/us where it stuck.
>
Well, I know that. But as I mentioned im my mail, the
machine currently runs "headless" (no keyboard, no monitor).
And it's running in a server room several kilometers away
from my office...

I decided to try a different SCSI controller first.
We'll see then how it works...

Regards,

- andreas

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