arent_t
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WaitForUpdates Performance

I wrote several applications that use the waitforupdates function to monitor certain events, but all of them use nearly 50% of my CPU irrespective of the filters I am creating. Is this normal ?

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stumpr
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What OS and SDK language are you using?

Reuben Stump | http://www.virtuin.com | @ReubenStump
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arent_t
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Windows 2003 or XP, VB.NET

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arent_t
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Anybody ? Or is this just a normal behaviour ?

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tmilner
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No its not normal. I've written a couple of apps that hang waiting for the next "page" of events and the cpu load on the client is nothing.

Tom

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heyitspablo
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arent_t,

Im going to see if our SDK Dev Support team can take a look, right now we are swamped but might be able to sneak some time in.

I will PM you with more info.

Thanks

Pablo

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