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#13 cygrunsrv & sshd consuming large amounts of CPU.....

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nobody
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2012-07-18
2005-03-14
Anonymous
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Running XP Pro SP2 on a 2.80 Gig Intel Pentium with 512
Megs of ram. I've notice this sporadically. All I do
is restart both servers and the problem goes away. I
don't know what's causing
it...

OH, running version v3.8.1p1-1

-robert

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    I forgot to mention that no one is connected when I see this
    problem....

     
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    I have the same problem on Windows 2000 sp4, sollution is also the
    same, restart the service and everything works again. It happens to me
    when I sart the service for the first time after a fresh reboot.

    I have amd64 3200+ 1 gig ram.
    Running v3.8.1p1-1

     
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    Got the very same problem, cygrunsrv.exe & sshd.exe from
    v3.8.1p1-1 hogging the CPU after system startup.

    After putting in \OpenSSH\bin\ the libraries cygintl-2.dll and
    cygintl-3.dll missing in the distribution package to work
    aorund bug #1286157, this problem has also gone away. I
    have restarted that system several times since then, and the
    services have had a clean start every time.

    So the absence of cygintl-2 & cygintl-3 libraries seems to be
    the cause for this misbehaviour.

     


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