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Processes on FreeBSD are stuck in "pipewr" state

Hi Experts,

I am executing "svn" checkout command through my java code on a freeBSD machine. SVN checkout gets started , but when I run "top" command on my freebsd machine, I have observed that "svn" processes are stuck in "pipewr" state.

Any pointer for this problem?


Thanks,
akash

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