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Your cpu utilization screenshot shows 2 potential bottlenecks: 4 cores maxing out doing kernel work (i.e. probably interrupt handlers processing packets) 1 core maxing out in - mainly - user mode To address the former: Try changing Interrupt moderation settings, depending on your drivers it is more than just on/off, you may be able to set a moderation ...


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Similar situation: https://github.com/facebook/hhvm/issues/5081 Let me know if you find some way


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Fanless heatsinks from servers are designed to have a strong forced airflow passed over them from fans in the case. They will not be enough in a more spacious case.


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But do I need a CPU that supports virtualization to run containerization such as Docker, or since it runs an app using the OS's libraries in a container, can I just run it on a CPU without virtualization? No, Docker (and other container solutions like LXC) do not require any special hardware support. They are effectively an enhanced version of chroot ...


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Killing via Task Manager kills it only once. If you want to disable it permanently, see http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/3047.how-to-enable-and-disable-reliability-monitor-data-collection.aspx In my case, the task seemed to have something to do with Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program. (Ironic). It seems to me it ...



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