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    SubjectRe: Unable to kill processes in D-state
    jw schultz:
    > Are all those processes hanging because of NFS? If so, i'd
    > start by looking at the mount options as i said before. I'd
    > also look into the network and fileserver because something
    > is wrong. In my experience Solaris behaved the same way.

    They're hanging because I killed of the autofs-processes, and
    started it again. (And then every NFS-share is remounted).
    So, basically, they're all hanging there, and will keep
    hanging there 'till I boot the machine.

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