Re: [dxatlas] Is there a CWSkimmer group?
- thank you
yes I've seen it jump but only occasionally.
I'm using CWS with a Flex5000A with the 2nd receiver board
Using DDUt to allow multiple programs to use the same virtual comports.
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From: Pete Smith
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 7:05 AM
Subject: Re: [dxatlas] Is there a CWSkimmer group?
That seems to be normal, Bill - it is always that way here. One thing that
isn't normal, though, is that sometimes one of those instances, the one
that uses more memory, will jump up to around 70 percent CPU usage and hang
there, regardless of the number of decoders in use. When this happens, it
appears that the only cure is to stop the program, wait a minute or two,
and then restart. Alex knows about it, but it is darned hard to track down
because it doesn't correlate with any visible user or program activity. I
have also noticed that sometimes that instance will gradually use more and
more memory, until it is over 100 Meg. Perhaps related to the first issue,
but equally hard to track down.
At 07:45 AM 9/16/2008, you wrote:
>I find an interesting thing with CWS.
>When I have it running, Task Manager shows 2 instances, each consumming
>approx 4% or cpu.
>Is this normal? Or did I install it incorrectly.
>Yahoo! Groups Links
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> I find an interesting thing with CWS.If you haven't come right yet all I ca suggest is to subscribe and ask at
> When I have it running, Task Manager shows 2 instances, each consumming
> approx 4% or cpu.
> Is this normal? Or did I install it incorrectly.
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