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system process consuming all cpu resoures! URGENT

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Anonymous
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April 22, 2005 7:09:03 AM

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Could anyone give me any possible reasons on why the system process is
consuming all CPU resoures on one of our Windows 2000 server?

Details of the system: P3-1.266MHz, 3GB RAM, is a DNS server (out of 2), is
a DHCP server (out of 2), home directories stored on it, usually 150-200
users logged at a time.

Processor runs at 80 – 100% during main logon times (150-200 users), and it
varies from 2%- 90% during times when only a couple of users (5-10) are
logged on.
Anonymous
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April 23, 2005 4:15:20 PM

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"=?Utf-8?B?Q2hyaXN0b3M=?=" <Christos@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote in news:B284BC0A-48AF-4B63-80A8-84E4E946ADBF@microsoft.com:

> Could anyone give me any possible reasons on why the system
> process is consuming all CPU resoures on one of our Windows 2000
> server?
>
>

I have seen this happen on a workstation when Symantec Antivirus freaks
out. See if temporarily disabling your antivirus helps at all.

HTH,
John
Anonymous
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July 12, 2005 6:42:05 PM

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I had something similar happen on my desktop. One single process was taking
all available cpu resources. I had just built the system, went to work for
two hours and came home. My wife managed to plug in the dial-up, setup IE
and went surfing. Within 10 min she downloaded a virus. Turned out it was a
trojan virus. Granted there may be other possibilities but I would get the
latest virus definitions and run a scan of my files.

"Christos" wrote:

> Could anyone give me any possible reasons on why the system process is
> consuming all CPU resoures on one of our Windows 2000 server?
>
> Details of the system: P3-1.266MHz, 3GB RAM, is a DNS server (out of 2), is
> a DHCP server (out of 2), home directories stored on it, usually 150-200
> users logged at a time.
>
> Processor runs at 80 – 100% during main logon times (150-200 users), and it
> varies from 2%- 90% during times when only a couple of users (5-10) are
> logged on.
>
!