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SRCDS (l4d) on windows server 2008 R2... ¿possible bug?


hello people!, well, im running a server with windows server 2008 R2, with a C2Q q9550 CPU, and 8gib of ram and a 2x320 gib raid 0.

The "problem" is that the task manager always says that the srcds consuption is in 0%, even if both l4d1 and l4d2 servers are full....

Is this ok, or there is a bug with SRCDS and 2008r2 ? because the others programs that i run shows the consuption..

thank you in advance!



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L4D2 is both aware of multiple processors and uses them properly IIRC

It very well could be correct.

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but for example, some time ago i was running 2 servers: 1 l4d server versus, and 1 l4d2 server versus (8 slots both). i was running those servers on a PC with windows server 2003 and E5200 cpu and 2gib of ram.
When both servers where full, the cpu usage went to about 30%


Now, with windows server 2008 r2, q9550, and 8gb of ram and the raid 0 setup, and the SAME 2 servers with all slots full, the CPU usage is at 0%....


is this correct? if its correct, i will be extremely happy, but it seems a bit strange to be true...

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L4D2, maybe.
L4D1, no... somethings wrong...

Sorry! But yea, it appears something is wrong L4D1 is nice to resources, but its not that nice.

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L4D2, maybe.
L4D1, no... somethings wrong...

Sorry! But yea, it appears something is wrong L4D1 is nice to resources, but its not that nice.
but WTH is going on then?? i cant see the CPU usage of SRCDS ???
anyone knows a way to fix it?

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As far as I can tell we are not having this issue.

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