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comment Task Manager Processor %
I added screen shots. My question is that Task Manager will always show a process' portion of the total 100% of CPU, so to compare an observance in Task Manager with a log in PerfMon, you would have to multiply by the number of CPUs.
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comment Task Manager Processor %
This answer doesn't address how task manager shows it - it never shows a single process over 100%. If task manager shows 80%, I'm assuming on a dual-proc machine, that's really equivalent to showing 160% in perfmon.
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comment Task Manager Processor %
@GregC Yes. I'm just trying to make sure that what I was seeing in Task Manager was really what I will now be expecting in the perfmon as 160-180% processor utilization.
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comment Task Manager Processor %
@GregAskew It's related but not a duplicate. I'm trying to confirm that the process percentage on an individual process in Task Manager DOES NOT match that in perfmon and that it's more like the percentage of overall processor time, not the total of the percentages of each processor.
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comment FTP - 500 I won't open a connection to xx.xx.xx.xx
Windows Server 2008, command-line ftp to test the connection and see the folder names, then I'll be using the SSIS FTP or something to automate the process.
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comment Toggling enabled/disabled on specific triggers in a task in the task scheduler using powershell (or something else)
@MichaelHampton Some tasks do, some don't. I certainly don't want to run my server on local time, since events which need to happen at 2am don't need to happen twice when the time changes.
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comment Windows Server in UTC, need Task Scheduler to shift tasks with summer time
OK, please see my follow-on question, then: serverfault.com/questions/479712/…
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revised Windows Server in UTC, need Task Scheduler to shift tasks with summer time
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