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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22886] - Cause high CPU usage and cannot assign to socket
Date Tue, 02 Sep 2003 15:57:17 GMT
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Cause high CPU usage and cannot assign to socket

reuben@lunachix.za.net changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |INVALID



------- Additional Comments From reuben@lunachix.za.net  2003-09-02 15:57 -------
After investigating this on the internet, looking at it as not a problem  
relating to Apache, I discovered that there are various new applications out 
there that change the winsock2 or the LSP of windows.
After restoring my original winsock2 file, I discovered that it was not this 
case and proceeded to investigate the LSP route.
I downloaded a file from http://www.cexx.org/lspfix.zip that checks all the LSP 
protocol handlers for windows.
It gives a list of the LSP's in the registry and I then did a file search on 
all of them to make sure which were Microsoft files and which were not, then 
selected the non Microsoft files and clicked finished.
Presto problem solved, CPU usage down, and sockets connecting.
In my case it was McAfee firewall LSP causing the problem, even after 
unistalling the product it remained present.
I sugest using Zone Alarm as a personal or server firewall.

Hope this helps other people.

Reuben

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