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top shows the process but is not shown in ps -ef | grep pid or in /proc dir.

top shows the process but is not shown in ps -ef | grep pid or in /proc dir. Why is that? The process didn't die when I did the ps -ef | grep pid or ps -www pid.
This process (java) is hogging the cpu. Please suggest.
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radix655

8/22/2022 - Mon
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BTW, the user who owns the process is running those commands.
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After certain time, those processes were gone and couldn't replicate the issue. Thanks.
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