We are trying to migrate to a brand new ePO 5.1 server and have encountered a strange issue.
This is a new server running a quad-core Xeon, 16gb of RAM and a fresh install of Server 2012 with all updates. When we try to do anything (login, load a page, download software, etc) it takes a very long time to do anything (a couple of minutes usually). The server is using a separate server running MSSQL 2008 Server SP1. Our current ePO server (running Server 2003 R2 32-bit) connects to the same database server and has none of these issues. I have read through these forums and searched the logs and cannot find the cause of this slowness.
I already opened a ticket with McAfee Support, but so far they haven't had any ideas.
From what I can tell is that Tomcat is having issues, but nothing I've done to it so far has helped.
You may want to check out the CPU usage on that particular instance it is using in SQL.
I am having the same issue currently from an upgrade from 4.6.6 to 4.6.7 and it is under investigation by McAfee.
In my occassion it is a 2008r2 dedicated SQL, yet SQL max resources can be set by instance and are not always shared by default. Try monitor the load on that specific SQL instance, if it is high it will have an effect on all you do in the application server.
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