Originally Posted by baf
Yes, same happens to usbnetwork.sh started from search bar. This must be the way pillowd works. These zombie processes don't do any harm.
Well, that would be closer to true if the device was running swap.
but it isn't.
Since the device's normal use is sleep/resume - those zombies will eventually fill all memory.
Without swap, the VMM has no place to put them to free the ram.