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Re: Dual core

From: Oblio <subscriber_at_locustcreek.com>
Date: 2006-03-07 17:47:00 CET

>A normal user program can't do that. A service can do it under some
>special circumstances, but never a normal user program. The system
>will always provide enough CPU resources to every user program
>equally. Even if a program uses 100% CPU (the task manager showing
>that), other programs still get their share of CPU time.
>If not even the task manager can be shown, something must be
>seriously wrong, something a normal user program simply can't do.
>Of course, if a user program triggers a bug in a driver (we had some
>time ago an issue where also TSVN seemed to be the reason for a
>serious system block - but it turned out to be a buggy video driver).

Oh, well that's true; the instance I was thinking about was, in fact,
a service.

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