Why CF Queue request has taken up 100% of CPU resources ?

I'm using Cold Fusion 4.01 that runs under NT server 4.0 with SP5. The queue request has taken up 100% of CPU resources. This causes the whole machine hang. Is there anyway to resolve the problem ?
cytayAsked:
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nathansConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Have you resolved your problem???
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deepchandaCommented:
keep your CF admin setting "Limit simultaneous requests" to 2-5 times the number of processors on your server.
You can also have your the CF service to restart automatically by setting a value for "unresponsive requests". Both these settings can be found at the main settings page of CF admin. There are some very useful articles on tuning CF App Server for better performance at this aite http://www.allaire.com/Support/KnowledgeBase/SearchForm.cfm. enter the search keyword as "performance tuning".

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cytayAuthor Commented:
Yes, now i have to set the 'limit simultaneous request' to 20.
but when it's full. it just keep going all the way up to 40 - 60 then finally 100 !
and even i set 'unresponsive requests'
the request just die or timeout.

will it be error in the scripts which cause this behaviour ?

BC
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cytayAuthor Commented:
Hey ! deepchanda, I would appreciate you post the answer to this account cytay@hotmail.com. This is a problem at the current account cytay@tm.net.my.

Thanks ! :o)
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kbakstCommented:
We are having the same problem.  If we return a large number of rows (and therefore a result set that is large in size - recwidth=500) the server hangs.  Add a WHERE clause to select only a few records, and it works fine.

I can see where CF might choke on a large query, but it certainly shouldn't hang the server.
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nathansCommented:
Have you still not resolved this problem?
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kbakstCommented:
Not sure if cytay has, but we haven't.
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nathansCommented:
1. Is this a MS SQL database or MS Access?

2. Are you returning a huge result?

3. How many columns are you returning?
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cytayAuthor Commented:
Hi ! Nathans !
1. Yes ! I'm using MS SQL database server;
2. Yes ! The size of the records is huge;
3. About 10-15.
So...
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nathansCommented:
Good it is MS SQL...

Have you indexed several of the columns that you are searching on.  I know I had a search that before indexing caused stress to the whole server and then when we indexed some columns they ran really fast and I didn't have anymore problems.
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cytayAuthor Commented:
Okay ! Thanks !
I will give it a try first shortly.
:o)
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cytayAuthor Commented:
Oya ! Thanks for your suggestion !
I have done it.
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