I've run a
find command on a very large folder inside my docker, and now it is stuck for more than an hour.
I've tried to
kill -9 the process, and kill the docker container with
docker kill <containerid>, but nothing helps it move. I can't run anymore commands inside the docker. The host is very responsive.
The process status is
R (running). I can't
strace it (strace stucks), and
kill -9 don't have any effect on it.
I've tried to look the
/proc/PID/status file, it shows :
State: R (running) [...] voluntary_ctxt_switches: 2387 nonvoluntary_ctxt_switches: 29121
The two last numbers are increasing quite fast.
I don't care very much about that docker container or the result of the find command, but I care about the other containers on the same host.
Is there a way to nuke the process or the container without restarting the host ?
docker killcan be killed, but the container is still active.