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May
20
comment 2700 Connection and 100% CPU with Apache?
The first issue is: what does your server do? If it is just serving static content, or very simple pages (for example adding two number passed as parameters), then a 100% might be excessive. If it is crunching a lot of data from the DB, or generating ray-tracing images for your users, then it is not a surprise if it has that heavy load. Also there are configuration issues (http vs. https, user management, and so on) and programming issues (there is an infinite loop somewhere in your code?).... Separate webserver and database, find out what is eating CPU, check if it is working as it should
May
17
comment Sizing disk space for printer spooler in Windows 2003
Posted more specific information as an edit of my question. Any extra suggestion will be well received, anyway I think you have already answered my original question.
May
17
comment Sizing disk space for printer spooler in Windows 2003
@tony roth Ok that is the first thing I should have done. They do not appear in the desktop. I'll look for them more thorougly tomorrow (already off-work).
Apr
13
comment How to detect from client which ports are being blocked?
Ok. Before giving you the answer: Any suggestion of what I could be looking at (some filter that shows these connections)?
Apr
13
comment How to detect from client which ports are being blocked?
The issue is not which ports are currently open but which ports should I open (or ask to be open) in order to get the issue resolved (v.g., a third party program that does not connect and for which I don't have proper documentation).