On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 15:13 (+0000), Russell Brown wrote:
We're seeing lots of kdesktop_lock processes left
lying around after
users have logged out. With the number of users (100+ on some of our
systems) and uptimes in years, the process table is going to end up full
of these :-(
If one does an strace on the process it terminates but
not until then.
Here's a (partial) pstree of a user with a three
>F S UID PID PPID PGID C PRI NI ADDR SZ
WCHAN TTY TIME CMD
>0 S 1051 22549 1 22482 0 80 0 - 7739 - ? 00:00:00
Process 22482 (the PGID) doesn't exist.
That is partially because PGID is not a process id, it is a process