EDIT I had to go to the console and reboot, as it was unresponsive to any command.
I am trying to
ssh to an Ubuntu 18.04 server, and it is unresponsive.
But it responds to
I suspect it has a running process (actually two instances of
mpirun -8 myprog, so
ps -ef | grep myprog would give 10 results), which are trying to write to disk, and disk is full.
I have my home dir in the same partition as
ssh myserver 'ps -ef | grep myprog'
with the expectation of then killing those processes. But this command is not responding either.
Is there any way to try this? Or anything else?
I mean not to have to physically go to the console (which is in a remote location).