I have a problem with clients running on a terminal server.
Sometimes the application hangs (forever or until I kill fin.exe).
When it hangs, fin.exe uses 25% of the cpu… constantly.
( I figure because the server is a quad-core hyperthreading, and fin.exe is only used by one core. Normally it would have gone to 100%)
It usually happens when I:
- Hit Design on a table in the Object Designer.
- Try to save the object (but only tables!)
- Try to import objects
- Try to import a backup
At night I have hotcopy running with DB-test, without any problems.
My installation details are:
Dynamics NAV 2009 - Native DB - Classic Client.
NAS running on same machine. (have tried disabling the NAS service - no effect).
Windows Server 2003 R2 - Service Pack 2
1 x Intel XEON CPU Quad Core 2GHZ
Database is placed on drive D which is placed on an underlying RAID.
There are no other visible problem, perfomance wise or on the disks. The server is simply flying.
Just have this strange problem… Maybe it has something to do with database access, but how??
There are no problems on the clients running on their individual PCs, connected to the same database server.
Any help would be appreciated.