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Is there a way to detect which process is running at over 90% and kill it if it runs for more than 1 minute.

??

Any Help appreciated.

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bourny

Is there a way to detect which process is running at over 90% and kill it if it runs for more than 1 minute.

??

Any Help appreciated.

I just found

CPU monitor

I think this will do the

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PsaltyDS

Is there a way to detect which process is running at over 90% and kill it if it runs for more than 1 minute.

??

Any Help appreciated.

Search Example Scripts for _ProcessListProperties(), but read the whole topic and note Microsoft's memory leak issue when it's used in a tight loop.

:)


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@bourny

Local $init

While 1
    While 1
        $pr = _Checkpercent() ;check for return value
        If Not @error Then ExitLoop
    WEnd
    $init = TimerInit() ;start timer
    $min = 60000 ; 1min
    TrayTip('Timer', 'Waiting for ProcessClose...', 1, 1)
    While 1
        $diff = TimerDiff($init) ;diff timer
        If $min = $diff Then ExitLoop
    WEnd
    TrayTip('ProcessClose', $pr, 1, 1)
    ProcessClose($pr) ;close process
WEnd

Func _Checkpercent()
    $pl = ProcessList() ;get process list
    For $p = 1 To $pl[0][0] ;for process 1 to last process
        $plp = _ProcessListProperties($pl[$p][1]) ;Get CPU usage
        TrayTip($pl[$p][1], $plp[1][6], 1, 1)
        If $plp[1][6] >= 90 Then ; more or 90% of CPU usage
            If $pl[$p][1] <> 0 Then ;disable non process system
                Return $pl[$p][1] ;return the process with have +=90% of CPU
            EndIf
        EndIf
    Next ;end process loop
    Return 0 ;No process found with +=90% of CPU
    SetError(1) ;Return error for exit loop (in above script)
EndFunc   ;==>_Checkpercent

;===============================================================================
; Function Name:    _ProcessListProperties()
; Description:   Get various properties of a process, or all processes
; Call With:       _ProcessListProperties( [$Process [, $sComputer]] )
; Parameter(s):     (optional) $Process - PID or name of a process, default is "" (all)
;           (optional) $sComputer - remote computer to get list from, default is local
; Requirement(s):   AutoIt v3.2.4.9+
; Return Value(s):  On Success - Returns a 2D array of processes, as in ProcessList()
;             with additional columns added:
;             [0][0] - Number of processes listed (can be 0 if no matches found)
;             [1][0] - 1st process name
;             [1][1] - 1st process PID
;             [1][2] - 1st process Parent PID
;             [1][3] - 1st process owner
;             [1][4] - 1st process priority (0 = low, 31 = high)
;             [1][5] - 1st process executable path
;             [1][6] - 1st process CPU usage
;             [1][7] - 1st process memory usage
;             [1][8] - 1st process creation date/time = "MM/DD/YYY hh:mm:ss" (hh = 00 to 23)
;             [1][9] - 1st process command line string
;             ...
;             [n][0] thru [n][9] - last process properties
; On Failure:       Returns array with [0][0] = 0 and sets @Error to non-zero (see code below)
; Author(s):        PsaltyDS at http://www.autoitscript.com/forum
; Date/Version:   09/17/2008  --  v2.0.3
; Notes:            If an integer PID or string process name is provided and no match is found,
;             then [0][0] = 0 and @error = 0 (not treated as an error, same as ProcessList)
;           This function requires admin permissions to the target computer.
;           All properties come from the Win32_Process class in WMI.
;             To get time-base properties (CPU and Memory usage), a 100ms SWbemRefresher is used.
;===============================================================================
Func _ProcessListProperties($process = "", $sComputer = ".")
    Local $sUserName, $sMsg, $sUserDomain, $avProcs, $dtmDate
    Local $avProcs[1][2] = [[0, ""]], $n = 1

    ; Convert PID if passed as string
    If StringIsInt($process) Then $process = Int($process)

    ; Connect to WMI and get process objects
    $oWMI = ObjGet("winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate,authenticationLevel=pktPrivacy, (Debug)}!\\" & $sComputer & "\root\cimv2")
    If IsObj($oWMI) Then
        ; Get collection processes from Win32_Process
        If $process = "" Then
            ; Get all
            $colProcs = $oWMI.ExecQuery("select * from win32_process")
        ElseIf IsInt($process) Then
            ; Get by PID
            $colProcs = $oWMI.ExecQuery("select * from win32_process where ProcessId = " & $process)
        Else
            ; Get by Name
            $colProcs = $oWMI.ExecQuery("select * from win32_process where Name = '" & $process & "'")
        EndIf

        If IsObj($colProcs) Then
            ; Return for no matches
            If $colProcs.count = 0 Then Return $avProcs

            ; Size the array
            ReDim $avProcs[$colProcs.count + 1][10]
            $avProcs[0][0] = UBound($avProcs) - 1

            ; For each process...
            For $oProc In $colProcs
                ; [n][0] = Process name
                $avProcs[$n][0] = $oProc.name
                ; [n][1] = Process PID
                $avProcs[$n][1] = $oProc.ProcessId
                ; [n][2] = Parent PID
                $avProcs[$n][2] = $oProc.ParentProcessId
                ; [n][3] = Owner
                If $oProc.GetOwner($sUserName, $sUserDomain) = 0 Then $avProcs[$n][3] = $sUserDomain & "\" & $sUserName
                ; [n][4] = Priority
                $avProcs[$n][4] = $oProc.Priority
                ; [n][5] = Executable path
                $avProcs[$n][5] = $oProc.ExecutablePath
                ; [n][8] = Creation date/time
                $dtmDate = $oProc.CreationDate
                If $dtmDate <> "" Then
                    ; Back referencing RegExp pattern from weaponx
                    Local $sRegExpPatt = "\A(\d{4})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})(?:.*)"
                    $dtmDate = StringRegExpReplace($dtmDate, $sRegExpPatt, "$2/$3/$1 $4:$5:$6")
                EndIf
                $avProcs[$n][8] = $dtmDate
                ; [n][9] = Command line string
                $avProcs[$n][9] = $oProc.CommandLine

                ; increment index
                $n += 1
            Next
        Else
            SetError(2); Error getting process collection from WMI
        EndIf
        ; release the collection object
        $colProcs = 0

        ; Get collection of all processes from Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfProc_Process
        ; Have to use an SWbemRefresher to pull the collection, or all Perf data will be zeros
        Local $oRefresher = ObjCreate("WbemScripting.SWbemRefresher")
        $colProcs = $oRefresher.AddEnum($oWMI, "Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfProc_Process" ).objectSet
        $oRefresher.Refresh

        ; Time delay before calling refresher
        Local $iTime = TimerInit()
        Do
            Sleep(20)
        Until TimerDiff($iTime) >= 100
        $oRefresher.Refresh

        ; Get PerfProc data
        For $oProc In $colProcs
            ; Find it in the array
            For $n = 1 To $avProcs[0][0]
                If $avProcs[$n][1] = $oProc.IDProcess Then
                    ; [n][6] = CPU usage
                    $avProcs[$n][6] = $oProc.PercentProcessorTime
                    ; [n][7] = memory usage
                    $avProcs[$n][7] = $oProc.WorkingSet
                    ExitLoop
                EndIf
            Next
        Next
    Else
        SetError(1); Error connecting to WMI
    EndIf

    ; Return array
    Return $avProcs
EndFunc   ;==>_ProcessListProperties

Hope this help you :)

Cheers, FireFox.


 

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PsaltyDS

You are calling _ProcessListProperties() In a tight loop. Mind what I said about the Microsoft memory leak issue With WMI SWbemRefresher.

Edited by Jos
removed the quote as that was garbled

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@PsaltyDS

I know...but its an example, if you have another way then you have the right to post it......

Cheers, FireFox.


 

OS : Win XP SP2 (32 bits) / Win 7 SP1 (64 bits) / Win 8 (64 bits) | Autoit version: latest stable / beta.
Hardware : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10Ghz / 8 GiB RAM DDR3.

My UDFs : Skype UDF | TrayIconEx UDF | GUI Panel UDF | Excel XML UDF | Is_Pressed_UDF

My Projects : YouTube Multi-downloader | FTP Easy-UP | Lock'n | WinKill | AVICapture | Skype TM | Tap Maker | ShellNew | Scriptner | Const Replacer | FT_Pocket | Chrome theme maker

My Examples : Capture toolIP Camera | Crosshair | Draw Captured Region | Picture Screensaver | Jscreenfix | Drivetemp | Picture viewer

My Snippets : Basic TCP | Systray_GetIconIndex | Intercept End task | Winpcap various | Advanced HotKeySet | Transparent Edit control

 

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LoWang

Guys I found a much faster and better way to do this IMO. It is the utility called simply process.exe from BeyondLogic. Google it. It shows everything in a second and not in 20seconds like this script :blink:

Although it is a bit old and does not display the Idle percentage properly on multicore CPUs :-

Edited by LoWang

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