We have a small setup with PRTG and it works great. However, we recently added a probe on to an Azure server to monitor a couple of servers there.
Two of the servers being monitored are set to shut down over night and the schedule I have set up prevents alerts etc, so that's all working. (Servers shut down at 7pm UK time. I don't think this is related but I am mentioning it just in case)
All is OK, except that about 9pm UK time, every night the PRTG Probe.exe goes up to 99% CPU and stays there until I kill it and restart the service.
I've left it over night to see if it makes any difference, but after over 12 hours (and with those servers that go off back up and running again), it's still using up all available CPU.
Any ideas? If I have to I will setup something to restart the probe service daily, but I'd rather fix the cause than the symptom.
PRTG Prove version from the exe is 220.127.116.112 and is the same version running on our other probes without issue.
Thanks in advance.