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ep:labs:08 [2020/11/23 18:32]
adriana.cogean
ep:labs:08 [2020/12/02 18:12] (current)
radu.mantu [Lab 08 - I/O Monitoring (Windows)]
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 ====== Lab 08 - I/O Monitoring (Windows) ====== ====== Lab 08 - I/O Monitoring (Windows) ======
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 +You can download the **Windows 10 VM** via {{:​ep:​labs:​ep_win10_vm.7z.torrent.txt}}.
 +DokuWiki is not configured to accept //​.torrent//​ files so remove the //.txt// extension.
 +After that, you know what to do...
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 +Alternatively,​ you can install the following on your own Windows machine:
 +  * **[[https://​go.microsoft.com/​fwlink/?​linkid=2120254 | ADK]]** - make sure to check //**Windows Performance Analyser**//​ and //**Windows Performance Recorder**//​.
 +  * **[[https://​visualstudio.microsoft.com/​downloads/​ | Visual Studio Community Edition]]** - select //C++ development//​. ​
 +  * **[[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​sysinternals/​downloads/​sysinternals-suite | Sysinternals suite]]**
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 ===== Objectives ===== ===== Objectives =====
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-- TODOinsert video here+Here [[https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​1z1J6lgoYfBOZF7acEzR8gEq1MH1OZgaf/​view]] you have a visual representation of the previous mentioned steps.
  
 == 01. [20p] Task Manager == == 01. [20p] Task Manager ==
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   * It sums up the number of time that a process was caught doing something. In our case, the two processes want to write to the disk, but they are not the ones that get to do the actual writing. They tell the system that they want to write, and the System process schedules the writing. The reason for this is targeting a more efficient disk writing, as the System process is trying to minimise the impact to the disk. This is why our process'​s writing is passed over to the System process.   * It sums up the number of time that a process was caught doing something. In our case, the two processes want to write to the disk, but they are not the ones that get to do the actual writing. They tell the system that they want to write, and the System process schedules the writing. The reason for this is targeting a more efficient disk writing, as the System process is trying to minimise the impact to the disk. This is why our process'​s writing is passed over to the System process.
  
- +Here [[https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​1DTEnxhv9Tb5TORz1RFT7-v2ojLPW5l7A/​view]] you have a visual representation as well.
-TODOinsert video here+
  
  
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 | **18.** Right-click on the Logfile.PML file, click Send To, and choose Compressed (zipped) folder. This compresses the file by ~90%. Look at the graphic below. You certainly want to zip the log file before sending it to someone. || | **18.** Right-click on the Logfile.PML file, click Send To, and choose Compressed (zipped) folder. This compresses the file by ~90%. Look at the graphic below. You certainly want to zip the log file before sending it to someone. ||
  
-TODO - insert ​video here+You can take also take a look at this video here: https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​1ZYdtOq7QsY0nfYDS3e4foPFRVPgO4Qdb/​view.
  
  
-== 02. [30p] Process Monitor ==+== 03. [30p] Process Monitor ==
  
 <note warning> <note warning>
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-== 03. [30p] Process Explorer ==+== 04. [30p] Process Explorer ==
  
 :!: :!: NON-DEMO TASK  :!: :!: NON-DEMO TASK 
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-== 04. [10p] Feedback ==+== 05. [10p] Feedback ==
  
 :!: :!: NON-DEMO TASK  :!: :!: NON-DEMO TASK 
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