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  1. How to identify the actions causing the highest load in the CPU, RAM,


    How to identify the actions causing the highest load in the CPU, RAM, HD, Network on the server machine,


    We are struggling at the moment with performance issue at our server machine. The issue is that we couldn’t figure out which actions causing the highest load in the CPU, RAM, HD, Network on the server machine.


    Are there tools to identify which actions are causing the highest load?

    Thank you

    Jamal


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    jamal numan, Jan 1, 2019
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  2. Advise for/against engineering sample cpu

    So are they identifiable through a print on the dye, BIOS or CPUZ (family, stepping, Model, revision) ?


    Can anyone post a CPUZ of an ES cpu please?


    It could equally be a genuine part being "suggestively" marketed.
     
    CAPSLOCKSTUCK, Jan 1, 2019
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  3. JanZaar Win User
    wsappx causing high CPU load

    Hi,

    wsappx is causing high CPU load
     
    JanZaar, Jan 1, 2019
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  4. JaYp146 Win User

    How to identify the actions causing the highest load in the CPU, RAM,

    [FS][US] CPU, NForce4 skt 754 motherboard (with PCI-express slot, rare!), DDR RAM

    bump, CPU's stepping is now listed.
     
    JaYp146, Jan 1, 2019
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