Inetinfo.exe service takes CPU usage…..

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Hi, I have a so slow server!!! The OS is win2003 server Enterprise edition R2 and it is SQL Server and IIS server too. When I check the cpu usage the inetinfo service takes 50% !!!!!!and my server is too slow!!! What's the problem!!!!??? What can I do!!!??? It's too urgent for me!!! Could you please help me!!!?? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz

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  • Sdandersonjr
    We need much more info about your hardware sizing and "what the server does" with all those features loaded up at the same time... Does it serve intrAnet or intERnet users? As much configuration info as possible please... Thanks.
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  • Jawish
    hi, I htink that you have to got more information about three important things which is CPU,Hard Disk ,RAMby go to run and right perfmon and after that you have to stop IIS and c the performance of your server and the samething for you SQL-Server.
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  • KeithSimpson
    How often are you running your SQL backups? Also, is your SQL server databases and log files on different drive partitions?
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  • Aliyani
    Hi,sorr about uncomplete information,it was because I had so estress.Here are the information of my server: HP DL380 G4 CPU: Xeon 3.40 HDD : 75 GB x3 Ram : 2GB Raid Controller : Smart Array 6i OS : Windows 2003 Server R2 Server Role:Data Base Server/SQL Server Installed Services :IIS Installed Software :Elearning,Intranet Now I restart the IIS serviceand after a while the cpu usage goes up!!!! Could you please help me!!!!??? Thank you. ------ Regards Mahnaz
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  • LotDomin
    Magnaz, Windows 2003 runs slow if you don't meet the minimum hardware requirements. First, try increasing your Cache memory to a size that is double your existing memory. Restart the server and see how it performs. There is a cache limit, so make sure you don't exceed the threshold value. Nic
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  • Aliyani
    Hi, I increased the virtual memory size of the server by using of D partition,and it work well for three days but now again there are two mode for this server!!! When the inetifo is normal the low disk space on C partition error appear then I restart the server the inetinfo cpu usages goes up and ther is 1GB sapace free on C partition!!!!! And the server is two slow in both mode!!!??? Could you please help me!!!??? Thank you. ----- Regards Mahnaz
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  • Calnox
    Do you have your swap on the C partition? If so, your drive sounds like it is filling up when the swap is seeing heavy use. Can you move the swap to another partition with more room?
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