Now we facing problem with worker process in IIS that use CPU source. I already try had changes on LDAPPVulnerability parameter as discussion in this forum suggested. We are using LDMS version 9 SP with Win 2008 Server.
Please help us to solve this issue.
How is your LDAPPVulnerability application pool configured? What account is running it? How many worker processes?
Also can you provide some information as to what your LANDesk environment is like?
Not sure if it matters but we have our "Idle Time-out (minutes)" set to 20 minutes. I see yours is set to 1 minute. We have also put our "Queue Length" set to 10000.
How do you have "Recycling" configured?
Yes that is our last changes for "Idle Time-out (minutes)". We will change it back to 20 minutes, but we dont change for "Queue Length".
What is the impact for "Queue Length"? Because our lab also set by default "Queue Length" to 4000.
We will see tomorrow for "Recycling" setting, but i think we dont have any changes for it.
How much memory and processors do you have in your server? And how many nodes in the database? How is the vulnerability scan configured, do all clients run around the same time?
We have 6GB RAM, 2 CPU(forget detail cpu type). For registerded around 500 nodes. We configure vulnerability scan every 1 hour.
Already configure for "Queue Limit" to 10000 but CPU still same as before.
*I attach recycling configuration
Wow, I would change the scans to only once or twice a day at the most. It really all depends on how often you patch machines and what your procedures are for doing so.
I think your problem is that you have the machine scanning every hour and that causes a lot of performance issues. Is there a reason or a need to have it scan this much?
Yes, we have change it to twice a day. But still 50% machines restart to take effect the agent configuration changes. We will update the CPU performance after all restarted.
I think once you have most of your machines on the new setting, you should see better performance. If you still see some high cpu, you can go down to once a day or even once every two days. The amount of scans needed really depends on how much you patch and how often.