Utilizing my CPU for per request logging

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Hi there!

I just have a question about utilizing my CPU for per request logging. I just recently installed advanced logging and I have seen values such as 18.18 in the logs, particularly .gif files. I thought ".gifs" do not go under processing since it is not an executable file.

I don’t know what I am missing and I am hoping you could tell me.

Thank you very much.

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Utilizing my CPU for per request logging


There are ways to Utilize Central Processing Unit for per request logging. This will sub-divide bandwidth to process according to the needs bits per request.

You can check the performance data per object in real time. You can do this and check in task manager and other components needed to monitor CPU usage

Task Manager – list down all object/software running in real time
System Monitor – Mostly a snap shot when checking performance console which Windows 2000 is renamed to Windows NT4 performance graphs, also in real time that objects are being used remotely and other local computers.
Network Monitor – Network card does it's job communicating with-in the network, does it exclusively for this device.

Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys at the same time
Press Ctrl + Alt + Del then Task Manager
Press Microsoft Logo and R at the same time
Press Microsoft Logo then taskmgr then OK

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