process uninterruptible

process uninterruptible

Post by Michael Italian » Sat, 27 Apr 1996 04:00:00

I some times have process that get hosed and get into uninterruptible
states. I'm running DEC OSF/1 and have been told to reboot. But I have
heard that AIX SysAdmin's have encountered the same problem and are able
to (in a pinch) get rid of those processes. I'm talking about kill -9
*not* working here.

Anybody know how? On DEC and AIX(just to satisfy my curiosity)



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(TrueUnix4.0F question)
Submitted jobs go to Uninterruptible sleeping process. vmstate shows 98%
(The system was working fine before). What's wrong and how to make those
running properly?

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