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Store.exe in Exchange 2007 utilizing 90% of CPU all the time

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Hi Experts,
My exchange 2007 server's  store.exe is utilizing 90%-95% of CPU all the time. And the IS scheduled maintenence is at 11PM-1AM everyday. The only change that I made today was to increase the size of the message receive/send to 15MB.

My setup is: one Exchange 2007; CAS and Hub, one exchange 2007; mailbox and hub
can you guys help why this is happening?

Thanks,
Roshan


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by:Jay_Jay70
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if its utilizing that much then you are going to need to reboot the server to get it back down to start with - i have the same setup with nothing like this going on
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But I am curious to know why it's happening and what reboot will do to fix it.
Thanks,

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i am curious to know whether is starts happening straight away or if a certain task kicks it off
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by:Roshans
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It looks like GFI is causing this but I am not sure at this point. I'll have to open the ticket with GFI. It kicks it off right away.
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by:Jay_Jay70
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yah, maybe disable GFI and see whether the problem lessens
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by:Roshans
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I got this fixed.

Thanks,
Roshan
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what was the solution?
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by:Roshans
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GFI dll were old and they asked me to upgrade to newer version. Restated the IIS admin.
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nice, good to know it was an easy fix
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