It might sound a bit strange but I think my dad's iMac is infected with a virus that takes up 130%-150% op CPU when connected to the internet. I was unable to get information on the collabd itself but I did get some information on the 4 ruby tasks that ran before collabd started (it just restarts if he forced to close it through Activity Monitor)
Here is a link to the sample of one of the ruby processes. And here is an image of what Activity Monitor showed (It's in Dutch since we are Dutch :p, but everything corosponds the the same position in any other app double clicked in Activity Monitor)
As you can see the user _teamserver (94) started this progress. It also does that with the other three processes and the collabd.
After he disconnected from the internet and reconnected again the collabd didn't start. Even though the ruby services are still running at 0.0% but are still in the system.
His iMac runs Mac OSX Lion 10.7.1 with the server extension.
What is going on here? Is this a virus or a system process that is glitching out and why does it only work on the _teamserver account?
asked Sep 14 '11 at 17:22