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How can i close a process with cpu usage over 85%?\

i was reading some examples in the web but i dont know exactly how can i integrate that code with my current script

 

 

for example i want to close chrome when chrome reach over 85 cpu usage. but no close the others chrome instances

can anyone help me

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study the code below, taken from the post referenced above. better yet, copy an paste it and run it, then study how it works.

$array = ProcessList("AutoIt3.exe")
$iPID = $array[1][1]
$sProcess = $iPID           ;PID number for test process name

;~ $sProcess = "Idle"       ;Other test process names
;~ $sProcess = "_Total"     ;funny one
;~ $sProcess = "ntvdm"      ;DOS process
;~ $sProcess = "AutoIt3"    ;do not assign .exe to process name


While 1

    $iProcessCPU = _ProcessGetCPU($sProcess, 300 )

    $sTip = "Process " & $sProcess & " CPU: " & $iProcessCPU & "%"
    traytip("", $sTip   ,1)
;~  sleep(1000)     ;set your own sleep time for LOOP mode
WEnd


Func _ProcessGetCPU($strProcess = "Idle", $iSampleTime = 500, $sComputerName = @ComputerName)

;~      All Parameters are optional:
;~          - Idle process will be measured if first parameter is not set
;~          - 500 ms is default sample time
;~          - This computer will be measured by default
;~      Process could be string ("Name") or PID number (1234)
;~      When more processes are runing with identical name, then the last opened is measured (use PID for other)
;~      For NORMAL MODE(one time measuring): set Sample value to more than 0 ms
;~                  ( average CPU usage will be measured during sleep time within function)
;~      For LOOP MODE (continuous measuring): set Sample value to 0 ms
;~                  ( average CPU usage will be measured between two function calls )
;~      Total CPU usage is: ( 100 - _ProcessGetCPU())
;~      Success: Returns process CPU usage in percent
;~              (Sample times below 100ms may return inaccurate results)
;~              (First result in Loop Mode may be inaccurate,
;~               because first call in Loop Mode is only used to trigger counters)
;~      Failure: Returns -1  ( wrong process name or PID )
;~             : Returns -2  ( WMI service not found or Computer not found)

    if $strProcess = "" then $strProcess = "Idle"
    if $iSampleTime = "" AND IsString($iSampleTime) then $iSampleTime = 500
    if $sComputerName = "" then $sComputerName = @ComputerName

    if not IsDeclared("iP1") AND $iSampleTime = 0 then      ;first time in loop mode
        $bFirstTimeInLoopMode = 1
    else
        $bFirstTimeInLoopMode = 0
    endif

    if not IsDeclared("iP1") then
        assign("iP1", 0, 2)     ;forced global declaration first time
        assign("iT1", 0, 2)
    endif


    $objWMIService = ObjGet("winmgmts:\\" & $sComputerName & "\root\CIMV2")
    if @error then return -2

    if number($strProcess) then
        $strProcess = " WHERE IDProcess = '" & $strProcess & "'"
    else
        $strProcess = " WHERE Name = '" & $strProcess & "'"
    endif

    if $iSampleTime OR $bFirstTimeInLoopMode = 1 then   ;skip if Loop Mode, but not First time

        $colItems = $objWMIService.ExecQuery ("SELECT * FROM Win32_PerfRawData_PerfProc_Process" & $strProcess)

        For $objItem In $colItems

            $iT1 = $objItem.TimeStamp_Sys100NS
            $iP1 = $objItem.PercentProcessorTime
        next

        if  $objItem = "" then return -1    ;process not found

        sleep($iSampleTime)
    endif


    $colItems = $objWMIService.ExecQuery ("SELECT * FROM Win32_PerfRawData_PerfProc_Process" & $strProcess)

    For $objItem In $colItems

        $iP2 = $objItem.PercentProcessorTime
        $iT2 = $objItem.TimeStamp_Sys100NS
    next

    if  $objItem = "" then return -1    ;process not found

    $iPP = ($iP2 - $iP1)
    $iTT = ($iT2 - $iT1)

    if $iTT = 0 Then return 100     ;do not divide by 0

    $iCPU = round( ($iPP/$iTT) * 100, 0)

    $iP1 = $iP2
    $iT1 = $iT2
    Return $iCPU
EndFunc ;==>_ProcessGetCPU() by novaTek    ...ver 0.11

 

Edited by Earthshine

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