I have a Unity 3.0.1 that is on a Call Manager 3.12. The processor is being pegged by the AvCsMgr.exe at around 70-88%. The AvGaenSvr.exe was pegging it but I disabled that. What can I look for to see why this is burying my processor. The server is a Dell PowerEdge 2500 with a 500 meg of Ram and a PIII 1 Ghz processor. It is in a unified environment with Exchange 2000 on a separate server. The memory being used is nowhere near my physical memory. TTS is installed and running. <br><br>
Avcsmgr manages a variety of Unity functions, so I am afraid I cant say exactly why it's sucking up so much memory. Are there any errors being written to your event logs? Any unusual symptoms when it's being pegged?
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