This is a video of a breakout session from BriForum Europe 2007, presented by Kevin Goodman.
Session Description: When a process goes "rogue" and starts consuming CPU or memory,
most admins typically kill the process -- ending all chances of
figuring out what went wrong. In this session, Kevin Goodman explains
four things to be done prior to terminating a process that will help
determine why the process went rogue in the first place and how to
prevent it from happening the next time.
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