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SubjectRe: uninteruptable sleep
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> One last thing, if this turns out to be a non-kernel problem, the
> processes that *do* get stuck, are unkillable - even by root with SIGKILL.
> Is there any way for it to be able to? :) So far I have to reboot each
> time it happens.

Its a kernel bug if it gets stuck like this. You need to provide more info
though - what file system, what devices, how much memory. Also ps can give you
the wait address of a process stuck in 'D' state which is valuable for debug
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