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Process Lasso / I/O priority silent change
« Last post by Pelle Positiivi on August 23, 2016, 10:07:10 PM »

An application got I/O priority lowered from normal to low during runtime and I couldn't find that event from logs, what can cause this? I searched with the file name, found other events but nothing about lowering I/O priority  :'(.

Default CPU priorites with a path works: DefaultPriorities=g:\steamlibraryssd\steamapps\common\*,above normal
But default I/O priorities with a path doesn't work, tried the same exact path: DefaultIOPriorities=g:\steamlibraryssd\steamapps\common\*

I have this set: MatchWildcardsToPathnames=true

I tried default I/O priorities with a filename (without path), that works fine but with the path it doesn't. What gives?
Bug Reports / Re: Snagit32.exe conflict (snagit 13.0.x)
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on August 23, 2016, 08:54:52 AM »
I am not convinced this issue with SnagIt saving files has anything to do with Lasso. It sounds more like an I/O issue of some sort. Did you check Lasso's log to see if ProBalance even touched it's process? If so, you could exclude it/them, but I am having a hard time theorizing how it could be possible, even with ProBalance 'restraint', for Lasso to *cause* this problem.

So, I would recommend this:
-Uninstall Process Lasso for a few days, or even week. You WILL miss it more than you may think, lol.
-When/if you see this SnagIt issue recur, then you know it is not related and can reinstall Process Lasso.
-If the week passes with no issues (and you did use SnagIt!), then reinstall Process Lasso and see if these issue still exists.

In other words, I just don't see this as being Process Lasso's doing, but won't rule it out (will investigate) if you give the above a try.

Bug Reports / Re: Snagit32.exe conflict (snagit 13.0.x)
« Last post by edkiefer on August 23, 2016, 07:55:52 AM »
Thanks for report.
I be interesting to see if just lowering the priority of snagit process in task manger (leave PL not running) and see if it has problem with encoding.
But, excluding it in PL is easiest fix for issues like that, but normally it is connected to AV type applications.
Bug Reports / Snagit32.exe conflict (snagit 13.0.x)
« Last post by 4EverMaAT on August 22, 2016, 11:06:59 PM »
There seems to be a conflict with Snagit32.exe (SnagIt 13) and Process Lasso ProBalance restraint system. 

Snagit is a screen capture software (screenshots photos and mp4 video).

I go though the process of taking video capture and that works.  But when Snagit tries to process the video, it would look like it was processing it and then suddenly say 'unable to save file'

TechSmith support told me initially to go through the process of resetting the Snagit registry entry.  This seemed to fix this issue of capture.

But then the bug returned.  I exempt Snagit32.exe from Process Lasso probalance and it seems that it can save the captures again without issue.

Can you comment on this?

I may have to exempt SnagitEditor.exe from this also if I have problems with that software.
Feature Requests / Re: Go to Services
« Last post by BenYeeHua on August 21, 2016, 01:57:54 PM »
So far I am using Process Explorer for this, as it can list the process's threads are under which service. :)
Feature Requests / Re: Go to Services
« Last post by parkd1 on August 21, 2016, 01:09:29 PM »
Right. If Jeremy can do it, it would be a great add and maybe help he can take it a step further and make it better then what task manager does.
Great, but where's the option that says "Don't send me empty notifications"?

I'm getting notifications for this topic now, even though nothing new has been added to it.
Feature Requests / Re: Go to Services
« Last post by edkiefer on August 20, 2016, 11:10:14 AM »
Yes, I know it shows highest cpu% and color marks it but the services are still in groups.
So I don't think task manger gives cpu% from child service under the parent (it shows cpu% of parent).

Anyway, I get what you mean, and agree, it has been requested, not sure how much work it would take to implement.
Feature Requests / Re: Go to Services
« Last post by parkd1 on August 20, 2016, 10:42:51 AM »
The windows task manager does this. That way you can stop them one by one to see what bone cause high cpu.
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