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This small utility was inspired by my need to analyze the performance of my application on different NT systems. For example, I would start up a Windows 95 machine, and then load the same code on a Windows 98 box in order to spot any differences in behavior. I knew that since pstat and pmon are built in to NT 4, it must be possible to parse this data. The first version of PsList contained a dozen of nastly hacks to parse and display the data, but now with the help of my friend Dmitriy Karmov I have done a proper job! This is version 1.35 from May 4th 2002. PsList is a small Windows NT/2K pmon/pstat parser which, given the name of a process to be monitored or the process identifier to display, parses and displays process information in four different ways: Process Information: the OS measures are displayed Memory Information: the OS measurement history of memory Thread Information: the OS measurement history of threads Process Tree: a tree diagram showing all active processes PsList Windows 98 and NT 4 compatibility: The difference between compiling for Windows NT 4 and Windows 98 is that some of the CLI’s arguments are case sensitive. With this version, PsList is made 98 and NT 4 compatible, but it still requires Windows 98 to recognize the -d switch. Changes from V1.34: [Y] A new -d switch that will show thread-specific information. [P] A new -m switch that will show memory-specific information. [D] Added a new „try“ command. [T] Corrected a bug that would cause PsList to crash when „scpw“ is run from a command-line prompt (but not from an executed bat file). [S] Fixed a bug that would cause PsList to hang when a „ProcessTree“ command is executed. [Q] More CPU information displayed. [N] More accurate results displayed when „ps -ax | grep [p]id“ is executed. [M] More accurate results displayed when „pmon.exe“ is run from a BAT file. [M] More accurate results displayed when „pstat -m | grep [p]id“ is executed. [D] New argument „r“ added to the „try“ command (runs PsList in task-manager mode with a refresh interval specified). [D] The „ProcessInformation



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PsList Free Download is a tool to show process, thread and memory information, and process tree information for NT/Win2K processes. PsList Crack For Windows is a GUI application written in Visual Basic.NET. It was originally written in Visual Basic 2005. Features: 1. Shows CPU-oriented information, such as process CPU time in total, process CPU time in user mode, process CPU time in kernel mode, process user time in total, process user time in kernel mode, process amount of physical memory, and thread CPU time in total. 2. Shows memory-oriented information, such as process amount of physical memory, thread amount of physical memory, process virtual memory size, thread virtual memory size, process virtual memory size in user mode, thread virtual memory size in user mode, process virtual memory size in kernel mode, and thread virtual memory size in kernel mode. 3. Shows process tree information, such as PID, TGID, PPID, TD, ST, SP, CS, SS, EIP, EFLAGS, EIP, CS, SS, EIP, CS, SS, and EAX. 4. Displays information for all the currently running processes on the local system, or the NT/Win2K system specified if the -w switch is used. 5. Shows details for threads if -t is specified. 6. Allows you to kill a process specified by name on the local system, or on a remote system if the -k switch is specified. 7. Displays message dialogs when process activity exceeds a specified rate for some time. 8. Displays dialogs to provide the user with process tree information. 9. Displays process tree information. To Run PsList Crack Keygen: 1. First select the process you wish to scan by using the scan mode switch -s. 2. Specify the process by PID. 3. If you want to view memory oriented information, specify memory type -m. 4. Specify the number of seconds to run the scan for -s. 5. Specify the device to use for logging if you want to view memory oriented information -m. 6. If you want to view CPU oriented information, specify CPU type -x. 7. Specify the number of seconds to run the scan for -s. 8. If you want to view the process tree, specify the tree switch -t. 9. Specify the number of seconds to run the scan for -s 91bb86ccfa



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Not too much to say about this application. Simply list information about all of the processes in the system. Command-line parameters control which types of information are presented. Use PsList like a framework to write your own utilities. ——————————————————————— [lars] Version 1.0.0 [unzip] Version 0.54beta-19-1 (compile from the latest source) [postgres] Version 9.6.0 [snmp] Version 1.0.0 [pslist] Version 0.6.0 =================================================================== (c) Copyright 2005 Lars Greasley ===================================================================Q: Inherit rules for comments A similar question has been asked here: Why aren’t comments inherited? To answer that question, I have created a new rule and applied it to comments. It is now showing up in the comments list, but it’s not working. Any ideas? A: Not possible as of the moment. What happens is, you can vote to merge comments via the link that you get from flagging a comment, or via the comments summary you get when browsing a question/answer. But you cannot have such rules for comments (so I guess you want to inherit, while the rules apply to everything?) So no, this is not possible as of the moment, but if it’s an important request, we should talk about it at the next U&L meeting. . */ #define BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_MAX_SZ 128 #define BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_DEFAULT_SZ 32 #define BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_MIN_SZ 4 /** * Value returned by BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_EMPTY() for empty queues. * The caller is responsible for deleting the return value. */ #define BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_EMPTY \ BLE_GATTS_VALUE_EMPTY(BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_DEFAULT_SZ) /** * Value returned by BLE_GATTS_QUEUE_FULL() for full queues.



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PsList is a Windows NT/Win2K application that shows and analyzes process, thread, I/O, memory and time statistics. The program is written to be an intuitive, easy-to-use GUI application. PsList has the following features: – Easy, intuitive user interface – Displays a list of currently running processes – Displays a list of process types including: command-line, user-mode, kernel-mode, threads, I/O, memory and other – Displays CPU percentage, private working set, kernel overhead and user overhead – Displays thread-specific information, including: thread ID, thread status, thread CPU percentage, thread private working set, thread kernel overhead and thread user overhead – Displays memory footprint information for each process, thread, I/O queue, memory page, process private working set, process kernel overhead and process user overhead. – Displays other process and thread metrics such as: process CPU time, process virtual memory, process I/O time, process I/O queue time, process physical memory, process working set, process virtual memory working set, process virtual memory private working set, process virtual memory cached, process number of pages read in, process number of pages read out, process average working set size, process average private working set size, process average kernel overhead, process average user overhead – Displays user mode command line information – Displays thread I/O queue information – Displays process I/O queue information – Includes the ability to run in a task manager-like mode where you can specify a number of optional seconds to run the program in task manager mode – Displays a table of the unique process and thread attributes for each process and thread – Displays a table of the processes and threads for which you can obtain detailed information – Displays CPU statistics for each process and thread – Displays CPU statistics for each I/O queue – Displays I/O statistics for each process and thread – Displays memory statistics for each process and thread – Displays time statistics for each process and thread – Displays detailed information for each process and thread – Displays detailed information for each CPU core – Displays detailed I/O-related information for each process and thread – Displays detailed memory-related information for each process and thread – Displays process and thread metrics – Displays process and thread metrics for groups of processes or threads – Allows



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