Problem with oracle using up 100% of CPU

Could anyone tell me what cause oracle to use up all the clock cycle?
This problem occured when I tried to load a jar file to the server and it paused at the resolving stage for a really long time without any errors.
I checked under task manager and found that the cpu is taking up 97-99% by Oracle.exe.

Originally posted by Peter Duong ([email protected]):
Could anyone tell me what cause oracle to Hi,
In order to confirm whether resolving is taking much time during loading,can you load it without the resolve option of loadjava and find out how much time does it take.
Regards
Anand
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