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SubjectRe: unexplained high load
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>don't think
>w,uptime,top give the same value

The fact that they all give the same value does not indicate that you have not
been cracked. Obviously, part of the hacking is to cover trails; it'd be a
pretty poor job if they reported different values.

The mm stuff from your other message is, I think, an indication that you might
be being hit by a memory management bug that was corrected in 2.2.19pre2.

It is my sincere belief that you will need to upgrade your kernel, but you are
in no serious danger.

If it's a firewall box, you should be running tripwire or some free variation,
to help eliminate the possibility that cracking would go undetected.


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