process in STOP state
kostikbel at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 08:50:20 UTC 2010
On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 06:15:31PM -0500, Gardner Bell wrote:
> Just updated my 8.0-STABLE desktop to r202128 the other day and can no
> longer run certain windows executables through wine without them almost
> immediately entering the STOP state and using 100% CPU for a short
> period of time. Has anyone else ran into a similar issue lately?
> I'm able to get the program to continue as normal by attaching the pid
> trough gdb, but would for obvious reasons prefer not to do that. Any
> help trying to find the underlying cause would be appreciated as this
> has not been a problem with revisions previous to r202128.
You can check whether the process is multithreaded (most likely, it is),
and, if so, what is the state of different threads. procstat -t <pid>
and then procstat -k <pid> would probably give some information for
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