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Monitor windows process or service cpu usage

Postby AgentZoy » Tue Apr 12, 2022 1:59 am

Hi
I need to monitor cpu utilization by windows service or process
For example notepad.exe use 4% cpu
But I cant find any nagios plugin for windows
Can some one help me
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Re: Monitor windows process or service cpu usage

Postby HereturbiesWalt » Tue Apr 19, 2022 4:17 am

sort the processes list by "CPU Usage" high to low, and set refresh to high.

With 8 cores, you're looking for the process to keep popping up with 12% CPU Usage every few seconds.

Otherwise, do the same within resource monitor.
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Re: Monitor windows process or service cpu usage

Postby ClaudeSj456 » Thu Apr 28, 2022 11:21 pm

Go to the Performance Monitor. Right-click on the graph and select "Add Counters".

In the "Available counters" list, open the "Process" section by clicking on the down arrow next to it. Select "% Processor Time" (and any other counter you want).

In the "Instances of selected object" list, select the process you want to track. Then click on "Add >>". Click on OK once you have what you need.

This will give a graph of the CPU usage for the chosen shagle omegle application.
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