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I would check the following:

1. Check the %SYS.Task class with SQL but also do an Integrity check, to see if there are any errors on those globals that hold that task manager data.

2. if the "corrupted"/"copied" task (with $h=0) is the one that consume 100% of CPU, I would try to "re-schedule" it to see if the new "next date" is set to something else. If not, to delete (you don't need to re-create it, looks like 1001 is a copy of 1000)

3. Monitor the 100% CPU task (SMP or JOBEXAM) to try to understand at what commands it's "stuck" 

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