Default process priority



Patrifick
07-10-2005, 03:03 AM
Hi,

I am running a process which takes most about 40% of my CPU usage. I can
change the process priority in task manager, but this doesn't solve the
problem as this process opens several other processes. This process is
ntaskldr.exe which known IBM issue for Lotus Notes 6.xx after an upgrade from
R5.

What I am trying to achive is to edit registry that the process will start
automaticali in a low priority.

If this will be possible we will deploye this temporary solution in our
network.

Can anybody know anything about it?

Patrifick

Thorsten Matzner
07-10-2005, 03:03 AM
Patrifick <Patrifick@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>I am running a process which takes most about 40% of my CPU usage. I can
>change the process priority in task manager, but this doesn't solve the
>problem as this process opens several other processes. This process is
>ntaskldr.exe which known IBM issue for Lotus Notes 6.xx after an upgrade from
>R5.
>
>What I am trying to achive is to edit registry that the process will start
>automaticali in a low priority.

Use the START command. For details type
START /?
at a DOS prompt.

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ICQ: 192649233

Patrifick
07-10-2005, 03:03 AM
I know about this. But we are running tight security and users are not
allowed to use cmd without admin rights. Also you would have to use start
when you reboot pc.



"Thorsten Matzner" wrote:

> Patrifick <Patrifick@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>
> >I am running a process which takes most about 40% of my CPU usage. I can
> >change the process priority in task manager, but this doesn't solve the
> >problem as this process opens several other processes. This process is
> >ntaskldr.exe which known IBM issue for Lotus Notes 6.xx after an upgrade from
> >R5.
> >
> >What I am trying to achive is to edit registry that the process will start
> >automaticali in a low priority.
>
> Use the START command. For details type
> START /?
> at a DOS prompt.
>
> --
> (tm)
> ICQ: 192649233
>


Default process priority