The nrstatus command is just a "ps -ef" command filtered to show only the IDS processes.
If you do a "ps -ef" you see the following headers for the columns:
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
root 0 0 0 May 25 ? 0:05 sched
root 1 0 0 May 25 ? 0:00 /etc/init -r
So the "?" is in the TTY column. Since the IDS processes are daemons started automatically by the system rather than from a user login session, there is no TTY associated with them. So the "ps -ef" command simply puts a "?" in that column.
This is normal, and expected behaviour and nothing to worry about.
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