Mscorsvw.exe and Ngen.exe high CPU usage

I could not stand that my laptop was blowing all day like a hairdryer and had to search for a fix. High CPU Taskmanager was showing that The .NET Framework optimization service and mscorsvw.exe areusing moderate CPU, but enough to let me fans blow fast. After some searching I came across https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2013/08/06/wondering-why-mscorsvw-exe-has-high-cpu-usage-you-can-speed-it-up/ and https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/davidnotario/2005/04/27/what-is-mscorsvw-exe-and-why-is-it-eating-up-my-cpu-what-is-this-new-clr-optimization-service/ Basically […]

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Windows Server 2016 Networking – Multiple DCB priorities

When configuring DCB on Windows Server 2016, you can create policies to tag specific traffic with a specific priority to let DCB handle the right QoS. For more info how this works, please see this blog series: https://www.darrylvanderpeijl.com/windows-server-2016-networking-rdma-dcb-pfc-ets-etc/ When you have multiple types of traffic that you want to separate into DCB priorities, e.g. Storage and […]

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