Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 4. this solves the problem. No other > processes seem to be interferring ... Its just not the antivirus on the server thats causing trouble but the antivirus on the client.
Glad you got it sorted. If you are using mcafee too and have patched it up with the 11 patch try to remove the patch or just disable the antivirus program on the client and see Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 13. the server CPU will jumped to 60% and stay for a moment as > the share is being displayed on the clients computer.
Any ideas??? Odysseas Pentakalos has been an independent consultant for 10 years, dealing with performance modeling and tuning of computer systems, as well as object-oriented design and development. stvkpln Jun 13, 2006 8:00 PM (in response to BigGee) We run all of our DC's (basically, it's 4 main DC's + 2 "root" DC's) virtual.. Approximately 12,000 usersacross the 4.
Same setup with windows 2003 sp1 and exchange 2003 sp1. So for some reason it keeps trying to do a networklogon, and then logoff, and do it all again. I decided to double the RAM to 768MB, but that did not help. Dfssvc.exe High Cpu Windows 7 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
I ran a full scan on the server with AVG Anti-Virus Business Edition 2011 with no results. DReller Jun 15, 2006 11:04 AM (in response to BigGee) Do you have any other VM's running that could be contending for bandwidth or other resources (disk, CPU, etc.)? Similar Threads dfssvc.exe and lsass.exe Services Using 50% CPU while file coping. What's causing high cpu usage from simple actions such as opening a menu... 13.
The only chage that was made, was uninstalling Terminal Server Service that wasnÂ´t in use. Dfssvc.exe High Cpu Windows 10 What does your VirtualCenter CPU graph look like? (Averaged over 5-minute increments)Message was edited by: andrew.hald Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 11. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 2. Is there an issue you are having?
No, create an account now. BigGee Jun 14, 2006 5:58 PM (in response to andrew.hald) Yep, CPU is the only spike. Remove Dell Foundation Services Thanks. "Scott T" wrote: > Hi, > I have a ProLiant ML350 G3 running Windows Server 2003 w/SP-1 as a Domain > Controller. Dell Foundation Services High Cpu Any ideas???
I have verified that none of the computers on the network, including the server, have anything McAfee installed at all. when clients access the > > share they notice a delay on access and browsing and I log high cpu usage by > > the dfssvc.exe and lsass.exe processes on the The problem seems to be hardware undependable. Does someone have an idea? Dfssvc.exe High Cpu Usage
More RAM would assist BUTwhen more RAM is in then other processes could trigger and see other cpu episodes. About Us Windows Vista advice forums, providing free technical support for the operating system to all. Dr.
when clients access the > share they notice a delay on access and browsing and I log high cpu usage by > the dfssvc.exe and lsass.exe processes on the server. So i guess thats why the cpu load rises, but why is it generating so many events ? dfroelicher posted Jul 28, 2016 Recovery errors 1002 and 1005,... Odysseas received a Ph.D.
Re: Virtual AD server = Poor performance, Why? Sign Up Now! I would add another observation: At Command prompt, typing > netstat -an | find "TIME_WAIT" > netstatlist.txt The resulting netstatlist.txt file lists hundreeds/thousands of lines with TCP 172.16.10.11:389 172.16.10.11:1026 TIME_WAIT TCP network shares) >>>> When i stop all services of installed applications like >>>> backup-software, the problem still exists. >>>> It is occuring on Windows 2003 SP1 with Exchange 2003 SP1, incl.
I decided we should have another global catalog in the domain, so started up a new Win2K3 virtual server and promoted it to a domain controller. Right now we have no solution. It is currently only being used as a file server. LSASS.EXE high CPU usage 5.
All this assumes no viruses, malware etc and SBS is operating / functioning as it was designed but then we know its not... :-) Tuesday, August 16, 2011 9:23 PM