MOOS 2007 - "w3wp.exe" problem

01/08/2008 - 15:09 von Jürgen N. | Report spam
Hi,

we have an environment with a VMWare ESX-Server Start, 2x Intel Xeon 5310,
7GB RAM,
2x36GB RAID1 (OS) + 4x72GB (VMWare Images)
Two virtual machines are installed: 1x SQL 2005 x64 + 1x MOOS 2007 x64
At the moment we have a small and simple website that contain only lists and
a few
documents for testing. Whenever I try to access a
certain url (list, document library etc.) or i make a change of a existing
entry the
CPU (process "w3wp.exe" from the SharePoint server is very high (almost
100%).
I hoped that SP1 for SharePoint does solve the problem, but no luck yet.
Has someone any idea what I can do?

any help would be greatly appreciated,


Juergen
 

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#1 Jürgen N.
01/08/2008 - 15:15 | Warnen spam
sorry, falsche Sprache!



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Hi,

we have an environment with a VMWare ESX-Server Start, 2x Intel Xeon 5310,
7GB RAM,
2x36GB RAID1 (OS) + 4x72GB (VMWare Images)
Two virtual machines are installed: 1x SQL 2005 x64 + 1x MOOS 2007 x64
At the moment we have a small and simple website that contain only lists
and a few
documents for testing. Whenever I try to access a
certain url (list, document library etc.) or i make a change of a existing
entry the
CPU (process "w3wp.exe" from the SharePoint server is very high (almost
100%).
I hoped that SP1 for SharePoint does solve the problem, but no luck yet.
Has someone any idea what I can do?

any help would be greatly appreciated,


Juergen

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