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When you run the top command, each application consumes few CPU resources, but consumes many CPU resources. In this case, you cannot locate the processes that consume CPU resources.
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- The ps command failed to identify the specific number of processes.
- The user's host was created in 2012, while the ps and top commands detected by the ll command were created in 2015. Therefore, the commands are suspected of being tampered with.
- The specific creation time is subject to the actual environment.
- You can run the type or find command to view the files where the ps and top commands are located.
- After the backup completes important data, install the htop command. Then run the htop command to view the programs that consume CPU resources.
- Through the analysis of the program, it is presumed that the system is poisoned. It is recommended to delete the file and then take security measures.
- If some processes are not displayed, run the following command to sort the processes:
ps H -eo user,pid,ppid,tid,time,%cpu,cmd --sort=%cpu