Alan Cox wrote:
> Think about it this way. SIGKILL and a power failure are identical.
Well, I occasionally get processes stuck in "D" state. SIGKILL doesn't
kill them, a power failure does. (Try a filesystem that Oops-es on the
"mount" system call, then retry the mount).
Yeah, I know I've taken your quote out of context. Sorry. :-)
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