The word next to the daemon indicates that it had been restarted since a user started it with the seload command. The seagent, seosd, and seoswd daemons monitor each other and restarts a daemon should it run into a performance issue or go unresponsive. The name next to the daemon is the daemon that performed the restart. In the examples below, seosd was restarted by the watchdog (seoswd), seagent was restarted by seosd, and seoswd was restarted by the agent (seagent).
# ps -ef | grep seosd
root 12345 1 0 Nov16 ? 00:00:00 /opt/CA/AccessControl/bin/seosd WATCHDOG
# ps -ef | grep seagent
root 54321 1 0 Nov16 ? 00:00:00 /opt/CA/AccessControl/bin/seagent SEOSD
# ps -ef | grep seoswd
root 13579 1 0 Nov16 ? 00:00:00 /opt/CA/AccessControl/bin/seoswd AGENT