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java.exe using 50% of my CPU usage

Posted on 2011-02-17
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good day experts.
i have a process called java.exe that is using 50% of the cpu
i have seen that program using 600.000 KB of the memory

what is that ?
i dont have jre or java console installed on the server
but i can see the process runing..
there is any way to know what is that ?
or stop it ?


if i go to device manager and stop it
it turn back on again !


please help !!
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by:alok-mishra
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Which OS u r using , and it application server
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by:nickt25
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i am using w2k3 server, and i am just runing an internal app of the office
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Your internal office aplication have java application which has run with its , pls update te applicaton and windows patches
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by:expert_tanmay
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Use process explorer and find out which program has started java on your system. Download from the location below
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

You may also use the command to check if java is installed and what version has been installed.
Java -version

Cheers...
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thanks
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