In the last episode (Jan 23), Oliver Fromme said:
> Dan Nelson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > In the last episode (Jan 23), Oliver Fromme said:
> > > I've got a problem on a 4.7-RELEASE machine. I tried using
> > > /usr/bin/truss on a process (which was running in a chroot
> > > environment, which in turn is on an NFS-mounted filesystem,
> > > if that matters). But now I cannot kill the truss process
> > > itself anymore, it's hanging there for a few days already.
> > Do a ps axlp 65275; what's the WCHAN column say?
> It says "stopev":
> # ps lwwp 65275
> UID PID PPID CPU PRI NI VSZ RSS WCHAN STAT TT TIME COMMAND
> 1011 65275 1 0 10 0 268 136 stopev D pd- 0:00.00 truss jws -2 (jws)
That looks like truss was being trussed :) I thought "stopevent" was
what traced processes stopped at while the tracing process was working
on them. Try running "truss -p 65275" and see if it frees up.
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