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|Source: AD CPU Overload|
The computer "<servername>" has an overloaded CPU. The average "% Processor Time" has exceeded 90 and average "Processor Queue Length" (per processor) has exceeded 2 for the sampling duration.
The average % Processor Time was <average processor time>.
The average Processor Queue Length was <average queue length>.
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Anne Jan Elsinga
This message is generated by a management pack from MOM. According to the MOM knowledgebase, this message means that the domain controller is unable to keep up with the current request load. Course of action: Determine which process/device is causing the overload. Consider moving the offending process or device to an alternate location/server.
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