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    Hello,

    I have a Windows 2003 server and I have a big problem. It performs file management for the curriculum domain. But before anybody comes to school 7.30am the hard drive light is on constant I look at the performance in control panel and the paging file and memory is at 100%. The processor goes up and down but never reaches 100%.

    I have tried to look in the event viewer but there is nothing to suggest a problem.

    So this error occurs first thing in the morning and during the day, the hard drive light is on constant and the paging file and memory maxed out!!

    There should not be a lot happening on the server at any time it is only transferriung small files.

    I have tried everything but cannot resolve the issue

    Can anyone please help


    Steve

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    Re: Server Performance

    @faza: Please ONLY post in one place! http://edugeek.net/index.php?name=Fo...ewtopic&t=2910



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