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Is WHm / cpanel using "sed" ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ezztro, Jun 9, 2005.

  1. ezztro

    ezztro Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    if found at the WHM ( cpu / memory usage ) this:

    sed /^$/d 99%

    Is WHM using this command, or can i disable sed ?
     
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    Don't disable sed, it's used everywhere, in many scripts. If you're concerned about what it's doing up there in the 'top' listing, use lsof to work out what files it has open and traceback from there.
     
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    Ok, but WHM shows me that:

    Top Process %CPU 98.8 sed /^$/d
     
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    Very weird. I'd investigate the process further with lsof and ps to see if it is in fact actually sed or another process masquerading. Most likely is that it's sed in some sort of null loop. Is it running now?
     
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