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Black Berry MOnitoring Server - Polling engine starts and give 100 % processor

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Hi,

Black Berry MOnitoring Server - Polling engine starts and give 100 % processor. When I stop it then the processing goes up and down  but i am able to open console and stuff.

Please help.

It is installed on a separate VM windows 2003 server with 4GB ram and 2.8 CPU.

Regards.
Amir.
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it was because of other scripts running on that server.

We re-installed it on another server now.
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Yes i solved it
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