Setting preferences to boost activity

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Message 1971738 - Posted: 24 Dec 2018, 1:12:15 UTC

With this setup I am getting part time 1 percent cpu usage. It is an 8 core system with plenty of memory. 4 drives have over 3 TB


How do I maximize production, set normal priority, and allow up to 50 percent usage on all 8 processor cores? This computer has a lot of idle time.
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Message 1971776 - Posted: 24 Dec 2018, 7:39:26 UTC

Push this line:


Doing this will more than double your throughput.
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