Hi All,I have been using CentOS for many servers and recently i face a very weird situation. I have 7 SUN Microsystem servers which i have installed the latest version of 5.4. The weird... [by iluvcentos]
on 03/31/2010 – Made popular on 03/31/2010
I have 4 Debian servers which got infected all together at exactly one time and they send somehow that the network gets stuck.
These servers arent web servers and only SSH is installed.
I checked running processes and it’s a weird name process looks like a virus.
It creates a line in crontab and when I remove it it creates itself again.
One weird thing is that all these 4 servers have the same
Sometime the servers in my workplace experience some weird behavior, it happens in random physical racks around different DC's around the world.
It seems like there's a networking bandwidth issues between different machine within the same rack and between one rack and anothers in the same DC.
All the servers in the each rack have a mount point to an operations server in the same DC.