--- Comment #4 from Dmitry Vyukov <dvyukov at google dot com> ---
Unkillable processed in D state usually mean kernel bugs (and there are lots of

Please post results of 'cat /proc/PID/task/*/stack` and `cat
/proc/PID/task/*/status`. Sometimes hangs happen due to secondary threads in
the process. Maybe we will be able to figure out something from that info.
However, I am not sure what we can do about a process hanged in D state,
generally user must not be able to create them.

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