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comment Perfmon % Processor Time vs. task manager's CPU usage
That's a good article, and he does mention Processor Time there as well. Remember that for my needs I need to be able to see the usage of the w3wp processes, I don't know of any other way to get it to report on w3wp processes, other than using counters under the Processors section. I think what I'm doing so far can work (I think?), but I just don't have a good understanding of what the numbers actually mean, comparing to what I'm used to (task manager's cpu usage) Thanks
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comment How to convert 'w3wp' process names to PIDs or usernames? (i.e.- "w3wp#29)
Thanks, I did the registry change, ran perfmon and processed the log through PAL, and got mixed results... In some of the results (processor time, disk i/o), I got what I was was looking for (i.e. - w3wp_34543), which is great. But in other sections (.NET exceptions, .NET CLR Memory, etc), it read as the w3wp#43 numbers. I can live I guess without the .NET section but I'm curious why the registry change helped some sections of the logging and not others (?)
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comment How to convert 'w3wp' process names to PIDs or usernames? (i.e.- "w3wp#29)
Thanks, I will probably do that. Do you know of any setting that will also add or display the worker process name associated with that PID? (ie - the name next to the PID when you run iisapp.vbs) In terms of running a report that will be looked at later... by then the PID may no longer be running or have changed.
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