Using Linux/Unix "Top" command
When I do a 'Top' on a server I am monitoring, I receive the following in the header:
It means you're hacked, you ninny! Get that thing off the internet before it infects more innocent boxen!
It means only one process is running. The others are in some wait state. Unless you have a multi-CPU machine, one is all you'll ever have in the cpu at any time.
"It means you're hacked, you ninny!"
Nope, thats not linux, that output is more like *bsd
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