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What does it means when process explorer show me a huge I/O Bytes pre second but mean while a low Network and Disk Bytes pre second?

I have a machine here that the process explorer (v14) showing me

  • I/O Bytes: 130~600GB/s
  • Network Bytes: up to 20MB/s
  • Disk Bytes: less then 1MB/s
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As V14 has only just been released: yesterday, you might need to be patient. And checkout forum.sysinternals.com – Richard Nov 17 '10 at 9:12
    
The number has been here for some time and few versions. The only different is that the old version does not show which is network and disk. – Dennis Cheung Nov 17 '10 at 16:04

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