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Did you apply Patch 2 for ePO 3.60 ?
All answers are AFAIK :-)
apache.exe - a web server....what does it have to do with ePO???
The apache webserver connects to the database and writes/reads data from it. It is also responsible for the communication with the clients (epo agents)
tomcat.exe - another web server...once again what does it have to do with ePO?
You epo console connects to the tomcat server, so it is responsible for the display of the console content. Also it communicates with the sensors and sends the notifications
Eventparser.exe - no clue, but I would assume it's the service that writes out to the sql server
The eventparser reads events and infos send by the client and converts it. Afterwards the info is send to the epo server service to be written to the db.
My server was doing the same thing, one the dashboard items I had was the VSE:Malware Detection chart displayed. Once I removed it my cpu usage dropped from 100%. You may want to look at what charts are being displayed. Hope this helps. happy
check your database assuming it is off-box. Make sure it is able to grow if needed. I ran into a similar issue and my db had to be manually increased in size.