sshd high cpu load
Thu May 27 11:51:40 GMT 2021
On 5/25/2021 8:23 PM, A. Doggy wrote:
> On 5/20/2021 9:31 PM, A. Doggy wrote:
>> To cygwin.
>> A Little more info: I actually have 1 client that connects regularly
>> to the server. That client uses a program called goodsync. When I
>> block goodsync from connecting, the problem goes away and I only have
>> 1 sshd.exe process running. When I unblock goodsync, I have multiple
>> sshd.exe processes running and my cpu gets maxed out. Please test it
>> like this. Thanks.
>> On 5/20/2021 12:02 PM, A. Doggy wrote:
>>> On 5/19/2021 12:48 AM, A. Doggy wrote:
>>>> To Cygwin,
>>>> I am running cygwin openssh as a windows service. I have been doing
>>>> so for many years with out issue. Recently, I have been running
>>>> into an issue where it maxes out my cpu on any version newer than
>>>> 8.4p1-1. The solution is to downgrade to 8.4p1-1. My server machine
>>>> is a dell t330 running windows 10. I am not a business despite
>>>> using business grade hardware.I have tried both 20h2 and 21h1 but
>>>> no luck. There are no users signed in when the issues occur and
>>>> occurs within minutes of booting up. The only change from the
>>>> default config is I have it running on a nonstandard port. Any
>>>> advice is welcome as I really would like to upgrade to a newer
>>>> version. Thanks
> To Cygwin,
> I remember seeing someone was going to work on this on Sunday. I am
> checking if this is resolved for other users as I do not want to
> update and be stuck. Thanks.
I remember seeing someone was going to work on this on Sunday. I am
checking if this is resolved for other users as I do not want to update
and be stuck. Thanks.
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