Sasquatch wrote:It's too bad the resolution is too low to properly read the Windows processes. I can see that System is taking about 43% and lsass.exe about 25%. You didn't sort the task manager by CPU usage, like I asked either.
I do see that you use SMP and gave the VM all four cores of your Host. That might explain why you see the usage on the Guest, it might be reading the actual CPU load, instead of the load the Guest OS is generating.
I'll provide links to full resolution pictures in the post shortly.
I did sort the task manager by CPU usage. Highest use is at the top and lowest is at the bottom. I simply clicked on the task manager by accident while trying to set up my captures.
I do use SMP. However, I really don't see where there would be any logical distinction between giving my guest 2 or 4 CPUs. My guest shouldn't know what my host is doing. There should be separation there. My guest is just a process on the the host that uses X number of threads. For completeness sake I will restart my VM momentarily and reserve one SMP core for sole host use and see if it changes anything.
Here are the links to the full resolution images seen in the previous post:http://img512.imageshack.us/img512/5218/snapshot1i.pnghttp://img134.imageshack.us/img134/6177/snapshot2f.pnghttp://img134.imageshack.us/img134/6428/snapshot4z.pnghttp://img29.imageshack.us/img29/1795/snapshot8c.png