Killed processes in state D - uninterruptible sleep (usually IO)
I've just killed a daemon with SIGTERM and then after a few minutes of no response killed it again brutally with SIGKILL. I can see its thread in my `ps x` listing all with in state D, which my man page tells me is uninterruptible sleep (usually IO). The daemon is home-grown, and has been well behaved for the last few months.
Any suggestions what I should be looking at to get to the bottom of the problem?
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