I have a system running SBS 2008. I have had some trouble with WSUS for a while - when I tried to run the cleanup wizard it always crashes.
Over the last few days CPU has been constantly at around 50% minimum. Its always SQLservr.exe that is using the 50% CPU. When I checked the process ID I find that it is windows internal database that is causing the CPU usage.
Rebooting the server stops the issue but it comes back again within an hour or two.
Any ideas what this could be? and/or how to troubleshoot it?
In this article, we will show how to detach and attach a database and then show how to repair a corrupt database and attach it, If it has some errors. We will show how to detach and attach using SSMS or using T-SQL sentences.
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