Heh, but that doesn't show me the one thing I'm interested in, the parent PID. The 'top' and 'ps' output don't have to be in sync; I just need a snapshot of 'ps' output at some point during the "bad time" in order to see who owns the newest 'httpd' processes.
FYI, your hoping wasn't enough (:
ps: euid: keyword not found
ps: egid: keyword not found
ps: ni:2: keyword not found
ps: vsz:6: keyword not found
ps: rss:6: keyword not found
ps: stat:3: keyword not found
ps: tname:6: keyword not found
ps: stime: keyword not found
ps: bsdtime: keyword not found
ps: args: keyword not found
PID %CPU %MEM
0 0.0 0.0
1 0.0 0.0
2 0.0 0.0
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