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Hello,

 

We have noticed a possible issue on 2012 server Non R2.

 

Firstly Asset info is not available, but more importantly The cpu can spike upto 50% on the server when making the request and then closing the app on my phone.

Also a client was having performance issues with a database application and once pulseway was removed the performance issues have gone.

 

We have 4 monitored 2012 standard servers that all seem to show similar oddities with pulseway.

They are all HP Proliants

 

All our 2012 R2 servers are fine.

 

Anyone else seeing this?

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Thank you for replying Paul,

 

I have tried your suggestion 

C:\Windows\SysWOW64>lodctr /R

Info: Successfully rebuilt performance counter setting from system backup store

 

However I am still seeing the same issue as outlined in my first post.

when trying to access asset info and then backing out. PC monitor service uses approx. 15% CPU on this server until i restart the service.

Is there a local log for pulseway do you know?

 

Sam

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Well you could enable Diagnostic Logging from Pulseway Manager -> Settings -> Diagnostics (that will create a trace.log file in the installation directory) however I don't know if that would provide any clues about the high CPU usage.

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Thanks Paul,

 

I have checked the log

 

is this relevant:

 

Local server started.
9/24/2014, 13:24:10.880: [service] Starting pcmontask in session: '1'...
9/24/2014, 13:24:10.920: [service] pcmontask invoke in session '1' exited with error code '0'
9/24/2014, 13:24:10.928: [service] Starting pcmontask in session: '3'...
9/24/2014, 13:24:10.938: [service] pcmontask invoke in session '3' exited with error code '0'
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