DSM 4.2 - PHP Process body.php

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DSM 4.2 - PHP Process body.php

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  1. Linux
  2. Windows
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  1. Android
Hello,

I know it is an old Syno (DS409+), DSM (4.2), everything :)

But lately it become very slow and it blocks itsels quite often, I will change it.

But when I have managed to connect, I saw a lot of processes like this ones running:

/usr/bin/php -d safe_mode_exec_dir= body.php
/usr/bin/php -d safe_mode_exec_dir= body.php 221 178.151.85.215 81 /
/usr/bin/php -d safe_mode_exec_dir= body.php 223 178.151.85.162 80 /photo/

Are the normal DSM processes or should I worry?

The CPU is often at 100%.

Thank you in advance for your help!
 
2
0
NAS
DS409+
Operating system
  1. Linux
  2. Windows
Mobile operating system
  1. Android
Nothing much, really ...

I use it as a file server for my home network (SMB on 3-4 Windows computers, but not at all heavy load) and a partition is mounted on my Raspberry used as Plex server (but I haven't watch something there for weeks).

The other thing runing on nightly basis is an online backup application (same version since 2-3 years, no mor upgrade possible for a 16-bit ARM processor ...).
 
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