my original request:
>[...] In the process I hung the terminal and when I tried to
>kill the process I ended up with this situation:
>USER PID %CPU %MEM SZ RSS TT STAT START TIME COMMAND
>nan 3619 0.0 0.0 112 0 ? I 16:22 0:00 <exiting>
>I've tried removing /dev/ttyi5 and regenerating it with mknod.
>Any hints much appreciated.
The shortest and ultimately correct answer
came From: Mike Raffety <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Others recommended 'trace -p 3619', 'gcore 3619',or 'kill -CHLD 3619'.
These will be valuable someday, I'm sure. But in this case,
I got 'no such process' every time.
Thanks to all who offered help:
Jerry M. Carlin
Todd S. Antonson
Benson I. Margulies
Gary Casterline Agricultural & Resource Economics
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