afsd_services.exe taking up 99% of CPU on Win2k

John W. Sopko Jr.
Fri, 23 Mar 2001 10:06:38 -0500

I have found if you are disconnected from the network for more
then a few seconds that the afsd_service.exe pegs the cpu.
Try bringing up the Task Manager, unplug your system from the
network and watch the afsd process. If you plug back in this does
not fix, rebooting is eminent.

Dinh Ly wrote:
> Hello,
> I just recently set up a machine with AFS Client v.3.6 b2.5 for
> Win2k.  After working for a while, the machine is suddenly dragged down by
> the AFS service.  The machine is not working as a server, so the service
> shouldn't be running overtime.  Anyone seen anything like this before?  The
> machine has SMS installed on it, and so I had to do the registry fix to get
> the client to work in the first place.  Aside from that, the only other
> thing I could think is that it might have something to do with a script the
> machine runs sometimes to obtain tokens.
> Thanks,
> -Dinh
> -------------------------------
> Dinh Ly
> Qualcomm Inc.
> Corporate IT
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John W. Sopko Jr.               University of North Carolina
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