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There have been several incidents where the sfcb process on ESX 4.0 and ESX 4.1 has become heavily loaded and as a result has caused the Service Console CPU usage to reach close to 100%. To prevent this incident to occur, if using ESX 4.0 or ESX 4.1, please run the commands below to disable the sfcbd-watchdog service.
1. Log in to the Service Console as root user and run the following command:
# /etc/init.d/sfcbd-watchdog stop
2. Run the following command to stop the sfcbd-watchdog service from starting at boot:
# chkconfig sfcbd-watchdog off
When the sfcbd-watchdog service is disabled, no updated hardware status information will be received-hardware status information provided through Health Status views of the vSphere Client and related alarms of the vCenter Server will be unavailable.