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SubjectStrange looking line from "ps aux"
Hi there.

I had noticed something weird with the recent 2.6.27-rc* kernels that I
didn't before when I issue a "ps aux" command:

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
rbrito 2767 0.0 1.4 146144 28412 ? Sl 13:13 0:02 ruby /home/rbrito/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/wiki_lyrics/amarok/plugin
rbrito 2804 387211244 4.5 424420 92716 ? Sl 13:14 21114575:13 /usr/lib/iceweasel/firefox-bin -a firefox
rbrito 2835 0.0 0.9 221768 18288 ? Sl 13:15 0:02 gnome-terminal
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Please, look at the line of firefox/iceweasel. The amount of time that
it has taken is obviously not correct. I only have 1h47min of uptime
right now.

I have seen this behaviour two times already and it always happened with
iceweasel (I'm using Debian's unstable here on a Pentium D, 64 bit
install).

Is there anything that can be done to correct this issue? I can provide
more information if this is desired.

Right now, I'm booted into kernel 2.6.27-rc2. I will check if the
problem persists with newer rc's, but it is not always easy to reproduce
it. :-(

I would kindly appreciate if people can keep me in CC'ies, as I'm not
currently subscribed to linux-kernel.


Thanks in advance, Rogério Brito.

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