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OS 10.5 - sh process consuming all my cpu!!

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A few weeks ago i noticed my powerbook was a lot lowler...

I ran my Macjanitor, main menu, and booted with os X disk to repair permissions. Didnt work...

I noticed a process named "sh" being executed by user "root" to be consuming whatever it was left of the processor.

When I quit this process everything works very well. Whenever i reboot i get this process running again...

Anyone knows what is this sh thing and why it always runs when i reboot the computer?

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