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Hey guys,

I have a server that was running fine but it has slowing been getting slower and slower.  It has about 5 sites on and p4 and 768 ddr ram and now it wont even open web pages locally.  Any ideas why this could be happening?

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Steve
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Is it just the web service that slows down, or everything? - does a reboot get it back up to speed?
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We have identified the problem, it seems to be a looping SQL query.  Thank you for your response
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