WTF? several anon_inode and /dev/null listings with lsof search

Oliver Grawert ogra at ubuntu.com
Tue Aug 7 10:38:21 UTC 2012


Am Montag, den 06.08.2012, 17:12 -0400 schrieb
rabidblogger at Safe-mail.net:
> $ lsof | grep anon_inode
> anon_inode
> 
> $ lsof | grep dev/null
> /dev/null
it is perfectly normal for any app to pipe its output to /dev/null ... 
no rootkits here, move on ;)

also whats the reason that you posted the same mail to debian, opensuse,
ubuntu and various forums (even using the same subject line) ?

ciao
	oli
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