[Case ID - 00437470]https://www.dropbox.com/s/l15y2xde0ixhtqk/VeeamServer.jpg
Just posting to check if anyone else had seen similar and been able to resolve this...
Upgrade of a 6.5 installation to V7 has seen the average CPU load on the Veeam One server jump from 700 MHz to 1800MHz on day of upgrade slowing rising to 2600MHz after 3 weeks. Stopping the "Veeam One Monitor Server" service causes the excess CPU load to disappear, which appears to indicate it is the source of the load.
Looking at windows task manager, the processes consuming the CPU appear to the embedded SQL Server and the Veeam Data Collector Service.
This means that the Veeam One Monitor is now consuming 25% of the CPU of the current host and is easily the most CPU intensive VM in the cluster. As you can understand I am keen to return to a more sensible CPU usage pattern so am open to any suggestions.