Dear God! REBOOT it man!

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Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2003 3:29 PM
To: dick hoogendijk
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Subject: Re: KDE process is unkillable

> On 15 Jul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > I tried it multiple times. I was able to kill all the other KDE
> > related processes (even the parent), but this one just doesn't die.
> 
> Then kill (-9) the login session itself (the one kde came from in the
> first place)
> 
> And if that too does not help: a home server is very easely rebooted.
> Nobody will notice or at least hardly..

Thanks for the advice, but I really don't want to kick my users off.
If it is really necessary, I want to get a core dump before rebooting.
Do you know how I could do this?

I'm trying to install lsof, but it takes forever (KDE takes up all the
CPU
time).
Here's the output from fstat, maybe this solves the problem:

root     kdeinit    62100 root /             2 drwxr-xr-x     512  r
root     kdeinit    62100   wd /usr     6690817 drwxr-xr-x    2048  r
root     kdeinit    62100 text /usr     341416 -r-xr-xr-x  412176  r
root     kdeinit    62100    0 /         65411 crw-------   ttyv3 rw
root     kdeinit    62100    1 /         65411 crw-------   ttyv3 rw
root     kdeinit    62100    2 /         65411 crw-------   ttyv3 rw
root     kdeinit    62100    7 /         64909 crw-rw----  #C145:0 rw
root     kdeinit    62100    8* pipe e390a2a0 <-> e390a520      0 rw
root     kdeinit    62100    9* pipe e390a520 <-> e390a2a0      0 rw
root     kdeinit    62100   10* pipe df266260 <-> df2652c0      0 rw
root     kdeinit    62100   11* pipe df2652c0 <-> df266260      0 rw

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