You are looking in the installation folder of Diafaan SMS Server but these files are stored in the Windows ProgramData folder. In modern versions of Windows the files are stored under the folder 'C:\ProgramData\Diafaan\Diafaan Message Server', in older versions of Windows the program data is stored elsewhere. For Windows 2000 the folder is probably 'C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Diafaan\Diafaan Message Server'.
under diafaan sms server directory, i can find only the following files containing sqlite (all hidden files are shown)
i stopped diafaan service service, renamed InfoDatabase.sqlite to InfoDatabase.sqlite.0 and started diafaan server
no new InfoDatabase.sqlite
previous send, receive log are still there
Thank you for the configuration file. My first thought is that a virus checker could be active on the internal database files of Diafaan SMS Server. Since the log database file changes rapidly checkin it for viruses might generate a lot of CPU use. If you have a virus checker then the best option is to exclude all files under 'C:\ProgramData\Diafaan\Diafaan Message Server' (this might be a different folder in Windows 2000)
Another possibility is that one of the internal databases that Diafaan SMS Server uses is corrupt. The databases can repair themselves but if the problem is too large, or if the database itself is very large, this process may take a long time and use a lot of CPU resources. To check if that is the case you can stop the Diafaan SMS Server service and console program and rename all files with 'sqlite' in them except the configuration.sqlite file from the 'C:\ProgramData\Diafaan\Diafaan Message Server' folder and all underlying folders (again, this might be a different folder in Windows 2000). Be aware that this will remove all logs and the message queue.
could we send to your email instead of posting to public forum?
100% CPU use is certainly not normal for Diafaan SMS Server.
Can you send me the configuration file of Diafaan SMS Server so that I can have a look at your set up? You can use menu options 'File-Export-Configuration' to save the configuration to a file.
platform: windows 2000 pro
cpu: 100% (round the clock)
only a few active gsm gateways using com ports
is this normal?
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