event id 1030 and 1006 wmiprvse.exe using 50% of CPU folowng Exch

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Philb, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. Philb

    Philb Guest

    I have a new SBS 2003 R2 installation which had problems with Backup Exec
    10.1. That is now fixed but noticed the server was slow

    Decided to install all microsoft updates and upgrade Exchange server to SP 2

    Since then have had lots of errors in the application event viewer (none in
    the system) The errors are 1030 and 1006 cannot bind to local domain

    The task manager shows 50% of the cpu being used by wmiprvse.exe

    Occasionaly winlogon.exe takes the rest of the cpu time so the server is
    stuck at cpu showing 100% usage!

    I have worked all day today on this (my customer is on holiday) I have been
    connected remotely to the server but have made little progress.

    It is obviously a problem with group policy but i have been unable to find
    or fix this.

    I am turning in now to get some sleep and am hoping that by morning someone
    has posted some help?

    Looking forward to checking in in the morning I have three more days untill
    my customer is back at work so hope i can find a fix by then

    Oh almost forgot also had error 13568 Ntfrs domain system volume (sysvol
    share) is in JRNL_WRAP_ERROR but have fixed this with KB 315457
    Philb, Dec 29, 2006
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    Anna Clark Guest

    Hi Philb:

    Please go to www.eventid.net and put in the error code and the source.
    There is a wealth of information there to help you track down the cause of
    your problem.
    Anna Clark, Dec 29, 2006
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  3. Philb

    Philb Guest

    For anyone interested the fix for my problems was lots of Folder and file
    exceptions put into the Panda Admin Secure File scan Esp. for veritas Backup
    exec 10.1 Esp the database files. All is Ok now no more event veiwer errors
    and the CPU is 99% idle

    Thank you
    Philb, Dec 31, 2006
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    Robert Guest


    i currently got the same problem as you described.
    I also got Panda, SBS 2003 SP2 and this high load problems.

    I did not unterstand you answer too well.
    Did you put exeptions of folders into panda secure ? or what have you done ?

    I would be very pleased if you can give me a detailed answer.

    best regards
    Robert, Mar 9, 2007
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