Do you have any other java application in your instance? Also, looks like this process is running from a very long time.
You can run “ps -ef | grep java” to get more info on which java processes are running. If you think it is a process that is not necessary anymore, you can terminate it.
Actually it’s a bit more than killing that process, because the process id shows /opt/java which is not the real java we configured, and if we kill that process another process gets started automatically
So i’m thinking it could be a JRE related process? and may be some configurations can solve?
Thanks for reaching out to the community. Without raising any alarm bells, this may not necesarily be a java process but instead something else masquerading as Java.
First point is to address the levels of security on the server and to eliminate any potential breaches.
Do you have a firewall enabled ?
Is your server public facing ?
Which version of DHIS2 are you running and have you patched it for whichever vulnerabilities have been discovered for that version ? Log4J and Spring4Shell come to mind.
which applications are publicly accessible ? in other words, unix sockets listening on the internet accessible IP address.
Perhaps we could start there and try to eliminate those first. Apologies for leaning overly on the security stuff but the last time we experienced something high CPU usage that we couldn’t account for, our Security team discovered a breach on the server. We consequently had to rebuild it.
Looking forward to your response.