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revised Why the network share on a windows 7 machine with two names cannot be accessed without user credentials?
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answered Why the network share on a windows 7 machine with two names cannot be accessed without user credentials?
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accepted Setting the GUID for a virtual machine inn ESXI server with vSphere Client
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asked Installing Rational Clearcase client on ESXi virtual machine
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accepted Broadcast address in IPV4
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asked Broadcast address in IPV4
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comment How to stress the Windows XP kernel?
Thanks, NikolaD. Let me try with this as well.
Oct
9
comment How to stress the Windows XP kernel?
@medigeek : We think it is not the drive since the issue is not reproducible and since the issue is present in more than one machine of a particular family. We suspect some of our processes interfering with the writing. And as of yesterday, the frequency of occurance of this has reduced very drastically. We need a way to increase its frequency to do any meaningful analysis. (It is not only about this machine. We sell a HW+SW bundle and needs to be sure about the root-cause)
Oct
9
comment How to stress the Windows XP kernel?
@FrankThomas : Yes. I was not sure how to understand the word 'kernal times'. For CPU stress, I could just write a long loop with some number addition etc, but this doesn't bring up the 'kernal times' graph. I read somewhere after posting the question (also hint from @medigeek) that system calls might take it up. Let me try with some win32 calls (file write, or graphics update) in a loop and see if that helps.
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asked How to stress the Windows XP kernel?
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