On Fri, 26 Apr 2013, Merton Lister wrote:
> I posted a question on serverfault regarding the different number of
> fail2ban processes I see on ubuntu 12.04 vs 10.04. The question is
> The basic question is that why fail2ban on 12.04 runs 4 more processes
> than it does on 10.04?
> Any suggestion would be much appreciated! Thanks.
first make sure that it is processes, and not python threads -- fail2ban
only spins off new processes while banning or unbanning or checking
rules. May be you caught them in interesting points of time?
use smth like ps auxw -H to see what processes were actually started
by fail2ban etc
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