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Re: [tlug] Who is www-data, and why do they want my CPU?

On 3/19/08, Evan Monroig <> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Dave M G <> wrote:
>  >  find: Symbolic link
>  >  `/sys/block/sdf/device/driver/2:0:0:0/scsi_generic:sg1/subsystem/sg2/device/scsi_disk:6:0:0:0/subsystem/6:0:0:2/device/scsi_device:6:0:0:2/subsystem/0:0:0:0/device/bus/devices/6:0:0:1/generic/subsystem'

>  You'd better remove -follow from the arguments.  My guess is that Josh
>  added it because he usually finds files in directories that have links
>  to other directories, but it's not needed here since you're searching
>  the whole directory tree anyway.
>  sudo find / -type f -name www-data

/sys means sysfs and that's really sort of a mess.

Um, do have locate/updatedb running?   Try `locate www-data' and tell us
what you get. If you've indexed your file systems, that will be a lot quicker.


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