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I have a number of programs running concurrently with P3D. I would like to determine which cores (4770k with hyperthreading on) P3D uses, so that I can set the affinity for the other programs running at the same time.

 

I could set the affinity for P3D and then move other programs elsewhere. However, I understand 2.4 prefers not to have affinity set.

 

I have Process Lasso to set the affinities. However, it does not monitor CPU usage by process over time.

 

-is there a utility to log usage

-easier question...are the cores used by P3D already identified. If so, pls ignore first question.

-am I wasting time trying to move other programs to cores not used by P3D

 

Thanks in advance.


Regards,

Graham Derreck

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Perhaps this was posted in wrong forum. Could moderator move to a more appropriate forum where it has a chance of getting a response? Thanks.


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Graham Derreck

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