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High CPU Utilization of w3wp.exe and Event ID 5000 caused by Search

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :C#

Hello, I am trying to trouble shoot an issue related to my SharePoint server having the CPU pinned down by w3wp.exe.  The only exception I was able to identify has been related to Search.

Event ID 5000 Office SharePoint Server


EventType ulsexception12, P1 w3wp.exe, P2 6.0.3790.1830, P3 42435e74, P4 microsoft.office.server.search, P5 12.0.6245.0, P6 4bbd6526, P7 3012, P8 191, P9 deletedconcurrencyexception, P10 837s.

I am having no luck with any of the codes as part of this error message.  Could any one point me in the right direction related to Event ID 5000 ulsexception12.  To my knowledge there have been no changes made to Search or SSP.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  thank you

Mark A. Eckert SharePoint Consultant Pharmica Consulting, Inc.

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