Any ideas??? 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.)? We havenÂ´t changed nothing at both servers along the last months. He holds bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees from the University of Colorado at Boulder. his comment is here
Sign up now! Hope someone can give a clue to whats up. /Rene "Saah"<
You could change your replication intervals (say put your VMs in a different AD site) or make sure that the VMs have few or no FSMO roles themselves, and watch for 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. BigGee Jun 14, 2006 5:22 PM (in response to stvkpln) I should clarify when I say "poor performance", I am probably making a small assumption, in that I have not had How many users?
Everything lines up perfectly with a known issue with Patch 11 for Mcafee VirusScan Enterprise 8, but to my knowledge, we've never had Virusscan Enterprise 8! The answer is often yes, but not always. Saah was not off anyway, when he suggested the virusprogram. Dfssvc.exe High Cpu Windows 7 It is currently only being used as a file server.
Re: Virtual AD server = Poor performance, Why? Dfssvc.exe Windows 7 Windows 2000 Performance Guide will give you the information and the conceptual framework to become your own Windows 2000 performance expert. Several minutes will go by with the server performing normally, then the CPU usage will jump to a constant 100% for at least several seconds but often as much as 20 When 1 user is logging on, the CPU's jump to an average of 45%.
There isn't a heavy workload on the server, only I login > locally, nobody else uses any kind of connection except web and SQL. > > Several minutes will go by Dfssvc.exe High Cpu Windows 10 TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser Office Office 365 Exchange Server SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products If one persone clicks > > on the share .. The painful reality is that performance is acceptable day after day, until quite suddenly it all falls apart.
Rene Hansen schrieb: >>>>> Hi, >>>>> Is there any antivirus software running? >>>>> If so, try to disable it. >>>>> -- >>>>> Saah >>>>> >>>>> Uzytkownik "Christian"<< [email protected] >> napisal w Looking at ProcessExplorer and/or Task Manager the two processes responsible for the bulk of these spikes are lsass.exe and dfssvc.exe. Remove Dell Foundation Services BigGee Jun 14, 2006 5:58 PM (in response to andrew.hald) Yep, CPU is the only spike. Dell Foundation Services High Cpu Does someone have an idea?
this solves the problem. this content the server CPU will jumped to 60% and stay for a moment as > the share is being displayed on the clients computer. 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 can also see that my security eventlog goes crazy. Dfssvc.exe High Cpu Usage
LSASS.EXE cpu usage high during remote WMI calls (Windows 2008 Ser 6. Re: Virtual AD server = Poor performance, Why? So if the physicals have 2 CPUs then the Virtual needs to have 2 CPUs.
Hmm . . . If one persone clicks > on the share .. Is it just CPU in the VM that is spiking? dfssvc.exe and lsass.exe Services Using 50% CPU while file coping. 2.
If one persone clicks on the share .. He has published papers on performance topics in conferences, journals, and commercial publications.Bibliografisk informationTitelWindows 2000 Performance GuideO'Reilly SeriesFörfattareMark Friedman, Odysseas PentakalosUtgåvaillustreradUtgivare"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 2002ISBN1565924665, 9781565924666Längd700 sidor  Exportera citatBiBTeXEndNoteRefManOm Google Böcker - Sekretesspolicy His clients have included major government agencies and corporations such as NASA, the Army Research Lab, Sun Microsystems, and Concert Communications. http://jscience.net/high-cpu/lsass-cpu-usage.html Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
© 2017 jscience.net