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pabco
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System Resources

Post by pabco » Mar 8th, 2009, 11:54 pm

Hello,

Is there a way to keep SR (version 4.0.9.760) from pounding my system so much with queries. Using a program like filemon.exe, it shows some 7 to 8 checks per second on my system, causing my HD activity light to almost constantly flash.

Thank you.
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Re: System Resources

Post by Igor » Mar 30th, 2009, 3:03 pm

pabco wrote:Hello,

Is there a way to keep SR (version 4.0.9.760) from pounding my system so much with queries. Using a program like filemon.exe, it shows some 7 to 8 checks per second on my system, causing my HD activity light to almost constantly flash.

Thank you.
Hi Pabco,
Thank you for your message and I apologize for the delay with my reply.

We have also experienced this issues on our test computer, but they happen quite rare and gone after reboot or even after. I mean that we have some troubles to reproduce this problem. Let me know if you still observe this problem and if yes, please send us bug-report from the program please.
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In order to send the report you should proceed to "Main menu -> Help -> Report a bug", and in the opened dialog enter your e-mail and a short description of the problem. This helps us to investigate the problem more detailed
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CPU utilization in unrelated process

Post by biker » Aug 26th, 2009, 10:57 pm

My laptop (Dell XPS ver 1 running XP Pro sp3) has an "Alps Touch Pad" which has 3 active processes. As displayed by TaskInfo, the CPU load for all three is usually 0% (since I use a USB mouse and don't touch the pad).

As soon as I installed USBSR, one Alps process jumped to 5%. It stayed at that level indefinitely. As soon as I rightclicked on the USBSR tray icon and clicked Exit, the Alps process dropped back to 0%. I restarted USBSR with a RUN (using the same string as in the registry) and the CPU jumped immediately back to 5%. Killed it again, back to 0%.

What are you doing that chews up so much CPU and why is it appearing through the Alps process?
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Re: CPU utilization in unrelated process

Post by Igor » Sep 1st, 2009, 12:33 pm

biker wrote:My laptop (Dell XPS ver 1 running XP Pro sp3) has an "Alps Touch Pad" which has 3 active processes. As displayed by TaskInfo, the CPU load for all three is usually 0% (since I use a USB mouse and don't touch the pad).

As soon as I installed USBSR, one Alps process jumped to 5%. It stayed at that level indefinitely. As soon as I rightclicked on the USBSR tray icon and clicked Exit, the Alps process dropped back to 0%. I restarted USBSR with a RUN (using the same string as in the registry) and the CPU jumped immediately back to 5%. Killed it again, back to 0%.

What are you doing that chews up so much CPU and why is it appearing through the Alps process?
Hello,
I apologize for the long response. Yes that's strange, please send us bug-report from the program. In order to send it go to the main menu -> Help -> Report a bug. In the opened dialog enter your email and the message above.
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