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Windows Server 2008 Thread, Update Killed my server. in Technical; Originally Posted by ICT_GUY SMB 64 2008. I have removed NOD32 and the HP management software, it restarted just fine. ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICT_GUY View Post
    SMB 64 2008.

    I have removed NOD32 and the HP management software, it restarted just fine. I'm not convinced its fixed by a long way but memory usage has dropped back from 91% to 25%. I'm not at all happy with leaving the server vulnerable so I will have to do something smartish as I think nod32 is definitely at fault.
    Isn't there a current open bug report related to ESET NOD32 and Server 2008. IIRC, I'm pretty sure there is a problem between the both of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahuxham View Post
    Isn't there a current open bug report related to ESET NOD32 and Server 2008. IIRC, I'm pretty sure there is a problem between the both of them.
    Could well be, my other 2008 server works just fine, but its the 32bit version of 2008 and has 4 gigs of ram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICT_GUY View Post
    Could well be, my other 2008 server works just fine, but its the 32bit version of 2008 and has 4 gigs of ram.
    Does the 64 server run ok without NOD32 on it? You could always call them up and ask whats going on, it is a server after all and needs to be protected at all costs.

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    Is it called NOD32 'cos it's 32bit ? 32bit running on a 64bit OS.........

    From M$:

    Can I run 32-bit programs on a 64-bit computer?

    Many programs designed for a computer running a 32-bit version of Windows will work on a computer running 64-bit versions of Windows without any changes. However, in some cases there might be differences in performance. If a 32-bit program uses embedded drivers, the drivers might not work in the 64-bit environment. If you have a 64-bit computer, it's best to run programs designed to run on a 64-bit computer.


    I have no plans on going 64bit yet 'cos of lack of drivers - if and when I do I will certainly be using as much 64 bit software as I can.
    I seem to remember many years ago 16bit macros killing 32bit citrix sessions - [ CPU hogging ] - also the big push on PII CPUs when they came out - 16bit OS's running on 32bit CPUs - whats the point ????!!!!!
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