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Controlling runaway Linux processes


Sometimes you have to weed the garden...
What happens if an application on your Linux machine goes haywire? Here’s how to recover from these dreadful situations, as well as a nice prevention tip.

Misbehaving application?

Has an application stopped responding on your machine? Well, as long as your machine is still responsive, you can use these tricks to nuke it safely.
 read more | score:4485 | -Ray, August 2, 2007
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