> Accoding to ps, the truss process is in "disk wait" ("D"),
> but all disks are working perfectly fine, including the
> NFS-mounted filesystems.
>
> The process that had been trussed ("jws") doesn't run any-
> more (I had to kill it, using SIGKILL, I think).

Welcome to NFS hell. That's why you should mount nfs-based filesystems
with the "-o intr" flag. Are you sure you don't have any problem with
the NFS filesystems?

>
> Does anyone happen to have an idea how to get rid of the
> truss process?  I cannot reboot this machine.

Check the NFS filesystems. If they are fine, you shouldn't have problems
killing it.


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