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Re: cygrunsrv.exe Processor Util 100% on Windows Server
On Mar 14 09:07, Brett Serkez wrote:
> > Hi Brett, if you might help me locate this posting, would greatly appreciate
> > it; I'm not that familiar with forks, bash, and tcsh so I'm not totally clear
> > on what to search on). Meanwhile I'll post to the guy just a few messages
> > above with a similar problem and refer him this!
> You may want to examine other messages in that thread, but the part
> that may be most relevant:
> "If you also run the secure shell daemon (sshd), before running
> ssh-host-config, modify it by locating '-a -D' and change to '-a "-D
> -r"' in two places. Adding the -r, which is applied to the -a which is
> why the double quotes are needed, turns off an extra fork/exec that
> theoretically makes sshd more secure but also causes the CPU spike. If
> you've already installed sshd as a service, you'll need to stop it and
> delete it before making these changes."
I'm running sshd without the -r option all the time and I can't observer
the high CPU load as reported. What's different on your system?!?
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