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  1. Good morning everyone, Is there a way to run a report within SCCM 2012 that will allow you to monitor recurring cpu/memory counters before/after patching? Thanks, Dre
  2. I recently logged on to my SQL server and found the CPU was constantly running at ~80-90% on all cores. Looking in task manager and perfmon, I see it is the SQL Instanced used by Configmgr. Periodically, the usage will drop back down to the normal ~0-5% utilization, but then it jumps back up again later. Is there something I might have mis-configured in SCCM that would cause such high CPU usage? (As I wrote this post, I watched the CPU Utilization drop off again. It's sitting at about 0.9% now.) SCCM 2012 SP1 SQL 2008 R2 SP1 CU9 Approx 300 SCCM managed clients 1 Primary site server 2 management points 2 distribution points
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