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I have a couple of old Servers that were VM'ed just before ...
23rd June 2009, 01:12 PM #1
Slow 2003 servers
This is an odd one but here goes....
I have a couple of old Servers that were VM'ed just before Christmas, they are starting to run slowly and looking at their prefomance graphs one is at times thismorning hitting 6800MHz and the other 6387MHz
Their memory usage is only around 2GB and I can't see anything unusual happening on the system (no Win updates or AV scans) and I think their are less people on than normal (year 11 left) but still it seems high usage and the servers are running slow causing the network to run slow also.
their network usage has only a couple of times hit around 2Gbps but that just seems to be at lesson change overs so nothing to worry me there
any ideas of something I could do to check where the problem is occuring and any solutions other than building new servers which I'm working on when time allows (not frequently as we have too many thing going wrong around the place)
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24th June 2009, 09:09 AM #2
You can try to troubleshoot this with process explorer:
Thanks to bio from:
DAckroyd (24th June 2009)
24th June 2009, 09:22 AM #3
What is your disk usage like?
24th June 2009, 09:41 AM #4
the Disk Usage of the 2 guests was fairly normal (lesson change times had peaks)
Originally Posted by Butuz
the servers don't take much of a blow from the Disk access as it's straight through to the san for the ESX box and it's FC so that shouldn't be slow
24th June 2009, 09:50 AM #5
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