It could always be rooted :o) It's also been suggested that maybe its a
process with extended non-7-bit characters encoded in UTF-8 name and
through a shell with no UTF-8.
ls -l /proc/28002/exe and same for 28003 will show what started it. Then
a cat on /proc/28002/maps environ and cmdline will show more and might
help reveal what it is.
On Fri, 2005-10-07 at 13:16 +0100, Ronan Kirby wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-10-07 at 12:40 +0100, AJ McKee wrote:
> > root 28002 0.0 0.1 3020 608 ? D Sep24 0:00 ??õ¿D
> > root 28003 0.0 0.1 3020 608 ? D Sep24 0:00 \_ ??õ¿D
>> Wow - that's, erm, interesting!
>> I wouldn't mind seeing what more you could grab on those processes with
> an lsof. Might help determine what they are. Interesting that it seems
> to spawn every day too. What kind of stuff is in the cron (just out of
> interest, not likely to be related).
>> - R
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