[RC5] CPU Utilization in Task Manager (NT)

jbugden at alis.com jbugden at alis.com
Fri May 25 11:33:29 EDT 2001


I could just rewrite taskmgr (or the portions of interest) to remove the
dnetc processor time from the processor total since all these values are
accessible but I was hoping for a more trivial solution.

James

-----Original Message-----
From: dan the person [mailto:hedonist at win.co.nz]
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 7:16 AM
To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
Subject: Re: [RC5] CPU Utilization in Task Manager (NT)


jbugden at alis.com wrote:

> So, how do I make dnetc behave as the Idle process in that it's totals do
> not count towards the CPU Utilization in taskmgr.exe?

First purchase 10,000 copies of Windows NT.  Then beg MS to let you see
their 'shared source''.  Now the easy part, make the changes to the NT
source required to have have the system idle process allocate CPU time to
dnetc while not showing the effect in the performance counters.  Then
violate your source license by compiling the changed code and running it on
your system.

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