Domino 6.5.3 FP1 on Win2003 platform stops responding

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I have a Domino 6.5.3 FP1 server running on Win2003 platform. The server will just stop responding, the console freezes, even trying to look at task manager is nonresponsive. Anyone else ever see this happen (I have other servers on 6.5.1 running on Win2003 with no problems). Running Groupshield 5.3 for Domino for antivirus; Tivoli Storage Manager is the backup software. I have a ticket opened with Lotus - sent them semdebug.txt file, nsd file, console log but haven't been able to pinpoint issue causing this. Any thoughts of what else to try? Also ran defrag on data drive, compact with -ci parameter...

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I have almost the exact same configuration as you, GroupShied and Tivoli. My version of Domino is 6.5.2FP1. We’ve had a ticket open with Lotus and the latest that I’ve heard is that the fix is supposed to be Domino 6.5.4 OR W2K3 SP1. We’ve also seen huge amounts of memory being used for the server tasks vs. a W2K server. Both issues are supposed to be fixed in either 6.5.4 or W2K3 SP1.

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