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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1992 11:51 EST
From: email@example.com (Bart Burns)
We have an xl1200 file server running genera-8-1-1, which when
our MacIvories try to connect with - get stuck in "tcp-in". When I
m-c-<suspend> I find them in a process:block-and-poll-wait frame.
That's not much information. Whenever the whostate is something other
than "Running" you're usually in a BLOCK-AND-POLL-WAIT-FUNCTION frame.
The rest of the backtrace would be helpful.
The file-server meanwhile is stuck in #<process:process nfile control ...> tcp-in
What's going on?
It's impossible to tell from the information you've provided. TCP In is
a perfectly normal state for a network server process to be in; it means
that it's waiting for data from the other host. In particular, NFILE
Control processes are in TCP In when they're idle, awaiting a new
command from the client.