Besides seeing constantly high CPU usage and growing memory usage in Task Manager, and without relying on a determination based on actual interaction with the program (e.g., sluggish interface), is there another way to determine if a process is malfunctioning (and/or out of control) with Process Explorer?
For example, I'm looking at the Threads box of a particular process in Process Explorer. I see about 20-30 "stagnant" threads of
MSVCR100.dll!endthreadex. Is there a way to roughly estimate if a process is malfunctioning by looking at the Threads and Call Stacks?