I am running
couchdb on my Ubuntu server but there is a process running as the
couchdb user called
I don't know what this is but it is running at over 150% of CPU.
couchdb from running.
I kill the process but after about 10 seconds it comes back.
Does anyone know what this is, or how to stop it from using so much CPU?
The process, vpz, is running as the user couchdb. Output of ps -u couchdb below:
ps -u couchdb PID TTY TIME CMD 9267 ? 04:50:06 vpz 10232 ? 00:10:09 beam.smp 10252 ? 00:00:00 sh 10337 ? 00:01:56 couchjs 10391 ? 00:02:52 couchjs 10393 ? 00:00:44 couchjs 10397 ? 00:01:31 couchjs 11013 ? 00:01:51 couchjs 12127 ? 00:00:57 couchjs 19805 ? 00:00:00 sh 19807 ? 00:00:00 sh 19855 ? 00:00:00 sleep
Output of grep couchdb /etc/passwd
grep couchdb /etc/passwd couchdb:x:110:118:CouchDB Administrator,,,:/var/lib/couchdb:/bin/bash
Output of sudo find / -name vpz
sudo find / -name vpz [sudo] password for admin: /var/tmp/vpz