Today I noticed that my computer fan was running more than normal, Windows Explorer become unresponsive and basically the computer wasn’t normal. I took a look at Task Manager and Process Explorer and I noticed that Antimalware Service Executable wasn’t normal and was using about 30% CPU.
I found that strange and first I tried to kill the process, but unfortunately I can’t kill it. Then I tried stop Windows Defender Service, but I can’t stop this service. Then I reboot the computer and the problem was the same…
After a while I did a google search to see if someone else had the same problem. I’ve found that this is a common problem with lots of possible solutions.
The solution that worked for me was:
1º Open Windows Defender
2º Go to settings\Administrator and uncheck “Turn on this app” and then save settings
3º Now you will have warning messages in Windows TaskBar.
4º Open Action Center
5º Click on button “Turn on now” to turn on Windows Defender.
And after this steps for some reason my computer CPU is again normal.
In one of the latest updates of Open Media Vault my webgui disappeared (don’t know why), the problem is reported here and the first aid command (omv-firstaid) didn’t help. Solution that worked for me was:
Start SSH session
Write in the prompt
service apache2 stop
update-rc.d -f apache2 remove
service nginx restart
A few years ago many users, like my self, bought Windows home server but as you might know windows home server is dead.
So few years ago I tested a few NAS solutions like FreeNAS, Ubuntu Server + Webmin, etc.. but in the end I choose Open Media Vault.
Bundling and minification are two techniques you can use to improve request load time.
Bundling and minification are enabled or disabled by default by setting to true or false the Compilation element.