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Phil Cook

Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100% processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows NT 4 platform, 1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.



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Re: Exchange problem

Micheal Espinola Jr
Nope, not here.  But 100% processor isnt saying much.  Which application is pegging the processor?

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Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100% processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows NT 4 platform, 1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.



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Re: Exchange problem

Phil Cook

perl is.

At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>
> On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>NT 4 platform,  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>
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Re: Exchange problem

Phil Cook
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I had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it off thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to have been the case.


At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>
> On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>NT 4 platform,  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>
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Re: Exchange problem

Micheal Espinola Jr
I'm stumped.  I cant imagine why Exchange would cause the Perl process to peg.
 
Have you tried rolling back to an earlier version of Perl?
 
I've never used ASSP with Exchange 5.5, but I've never had an issue with 2000 or 2003.

 
On 3/1/06, Phil Cook <[hidden email]> wrote:

I had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it off thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to have been the case.


At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>
> On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>NT 4 platform,  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>
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RE: Exchange problem

Tim Evans-3
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What version of ASSP? I've seen that happen here (Windows/Exchange 2003). I never figured out the root cause. It pretty much solved itself when I upgraded to ASSP 1.1.1Final. Before the upgrade (I think it was 1.1.0), it would happen about every other day. Now, it happens once every couple of weeks.
 
I just set up a perfmon instance to monitor the CPU usage and restart the ASSP service when it was at 100% utilization for more than 60 sec.
 
...Tim
 
 


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Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 1:24 PM
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Subject: Re: [Assp-user] Exchange problem

I'm stumped.  I cant imagine why Exchange would cause the Perl process to peg.
 
Have you tried rolling back to an earlier version of Perl?
 
I've never used ASSP with Exchange 5.5, but I've never had an issue with 2000 or 2003.

 
On 3/1/06, Phil Cook <[hidden email]> wrote:

I had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it off thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to have been the case.


At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>
> On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>NT 4 platform,  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>
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Re: Exchange problem

Phil Cook
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No I haven't tried rolling back yet. The Exchange server is Win2003/Exchange2003.

At 04:23 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>  I cant imagine why Exchange would cause the Perl process to peg.   Have
>you tried rolling back to an earlier version of Perl?   I've never used
>ASSP with Exchange 5.5, but I've never had an issue with 2000 or 2003.
>
>  On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>I had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it off
>thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to have
>been the case.
>
>
>At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>>
>><[hidden email]> wrote:
>>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>>  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version  1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>>
>>
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RE: Exchange problem

Phil Cook
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Version 1.1.2 beta 1



At 01:50 PM 3/1/2006 -0800, you wrote:

>   What version of ASSP? I've seen that happen here  (Windows/Exchange
>2003). I never figured out the root cause. It pretty much  solved itself
>when I upgraded to ASSP 1.1.1Final. Before the upgrade (I think it  was
>1.1.0), it would happen about every other day. Now, it happens once every
>couple of weeks.   I just set up a perfmon instance to monitor the CPU
>usage  and restart the ASSP service when it was at 100% utilization for
>more than 60  sec.   ...Tim    
>   From: [hidden email]
>[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Micheal
>Espinola Jr
>Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 1:24 PM
>To:  [hidden email]
>Subject: Re: [Assp-user] Exchange  problem
>
>    I cant imagine why Exchange would cause the Perl process  to peg.  
>Have you tried rolling back to an earlier version of Perl?   I've never
>used ASSP with Exchange 5.5, but I've never had an issue with  2000 or 2003.
>
>  On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]>  wrote:  
>I    had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it
>off    thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to
>have been    the case.
>
>
>At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you    wrote:
>>   Which application is pegging the    processor?
>>
>><[hidden email]> wrote:    
>>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to    100%
>>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail?    Windows
>>  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram.    Version 1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>>Perl from Active State. Only about 50    users on the exchange server. The
>>Assp machine runs ok with regular    smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>>change my smtp connector in    exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs
>out.    
>>
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Re: Exchange problem

Micheal Espinola Jr
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Thought you said NT4 in the original post?

On 3/1/06, Phil Cook <[hidden email]> wrote:

No I haven't tried rolling back yet. The Exchange server is Win2003/Exchange2003.

At 04:23 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>  I cant imagine why Exchange would cause the Perl process to peg.   Have
>you tried rolling back to an earlier version of Perl?   I've never used
>ASSP with Exchange 5.5, but I've never had an issue with 2000 or 2003.
>
>  On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>I had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it off
>thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to have
>been the case.
>
>
>At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>>
>><[hidden email]> wrote:
>>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>>  1.8 processer, 512 meg of ram. Version   1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>>
>>
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Re: Exchange problem

Phil Cook
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the box Assp is running on is nt4 sp6a.

At 05:01 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:

>Thought you said NT4 in the original post?
>
> On 3/1/06, Phil Cook<[hidden email]> wrote:
>No I haven't tried rolling back yet. The Exchange server is
>Win2003/Exchange2003.
>
>At 04:23 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>>     Have
>>   I've never used
>>ASSP with Exchange 5.5, but I've never had an issue with 2000 or 2003.
>>
>>  <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>I had assp running on the same machine as the mail server and split it off
>>thinking I didn't have enough horsepower, but that doesn't seem to have
>>been the case.
>>
>>
>>At 04:00 PM 3/1/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>>>   Which application is pegging the processor?
>>>
>>><[hidden email] > wrote:
>>>Has anyone seen a problem where a machine running only Assp, goes to 100%
>>>processer use when an exchange server connects to it to send mail? Windows
>>>     1.1.2 beta 1, latest
>>>Perl from Active State. Only about 50 users on the exchange server. The
>>>Assp machine runs ok with regular smtp users and inbound mail. But if I
>>>change my smtp connector in exchange to send to Assp, the server pegs out.
>>>
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