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What is 'D' STAT in ps auxwww output in freeBSD?

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What is 'D' STAT in ps auxwww output in freeBSD? Could someone let me know different types of STAT and it's description please. Thanks!
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Process is swapped out to pagefile completely. It will be awaken if gets some interrupt.
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Thank you gheist! :-)
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/usr/include/sys/errno.h - system error codes
"man kill" - signal codes
Return codes near end of manual pages traditionally.
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