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Authentication Type Groupwise cause hight cpu usage

I recently switched the Authentication type for the mobility connector to Groupwise. This cause immediatly a high cpu usage on the server and the iphones can't connect to the server. I switched back to Ldap authentication and the cpu usage came back to normal.

Any idea ?
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9011483 Absent Member.
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Re: Authentication Type Groupwise cause hight cpu usage

9011483;2053461 wrote:
I recently switched the Authentication type for the mobility connector to Groupwise. This cause immediatly a high cpu usage on the server and the iphones can't connect to the server. I switched back to Ldap authentication and the cpu usage came back to normal.

Any idea ?


I'm alone ?
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mkrejci Absent Member.
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Re: Authentication Type Groupwise cause hight cpu usage

We switch to GW authentication with no problem. No high CPU usage.

DS MP build 183 + GroupWise 8.0.1 HP1 - still Netware 🙂
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Re: Authentication Type Groupwise cause hight cpu usage

I don't even know how to see high CPU usage on a SLES box, but I, too, got it running. I assume that you filled in the field after authentication type with the GroupWise POA SOAP url, which should look like this: https://POserverIPaddress:7191/soap
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Re: Authentication Type Groupwise cause hight cpu usage

oconnorm wrote:

> I don't even know how to see high CPU usage on a SLES box,


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