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    timer301.zip

    Looks like the original timer from Igor Pavlov has been disappeared. Can someone please upload it here?

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    http://www.7-zip.org/utils.html

    Edit : not working
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    Last edited by Mike; 2nd January 2009 at 00:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Edit : not working


    Thank you! (Strangely, the file is so small... )

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    Timer 8.00

    Check up here
    Download 7-Benchmark 8.01 and you'll find Timer 8.00 there.
    9.00 distr is missing it. By the way I realy would like to know the changelog for such simple 4 KB tool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skymmer View Post
    Check up here
    Download 7-Benchmark 8.01 and you'll find Timer 8.00 there.
    9.00 distr is missing it. By the way I realy would like to know the changelog for such simple 4 KB tool
    7-Benchmark 8.01 is missing too !! Only v9.xx is available...
    Could you attach timer v8.01 to a post here ?
    Thank you in advance !

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    This modified version of Timer 8.00 uses GetSystemTimeAsFileTime for timing instead of QueryPerformanceCounter. I am making this modified version available to the public because QueryPerformanceCounter can give problems on some multi-core, and multi-processor PC's. If you think you are experiencing any problems with the original, give this one a try.

    Information about some of the problems that can occur with QueryPerformanceCounter:
    http://www.virtualdub.org/blog/pivot/entry.php?id=106
    http://forums.amd.com/forum/messagev...threadid=84248
    http://channel9.msdn.com/forums/Tech...nter-AthlonX2/


    This program is not intended as a replacement, but as an alternative. If you are happy using the original, then by all means continue to do so. Windows 2000 or later is required.


    ENJOY!

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    EDIT: Attached updated version (25th July 2010) based on Igor's latest v9.03 code.
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    LovePimple, you have several timers on your site. Which one do you recommend?

    Thank you

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    I recommend PexTimer or WinTime.

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    Is there a timer that can change the priority of the launched executable?

    EDIT: nevermind, I modified timer 8.00 to do this
    Last edited by M4ST3R; 8th June 2009 at 20:39.

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    Sometimes with timer (or lptimer) user & process time are >100%
    Code:
    lptimer.exe 7za.exe -mx5 a arc enwik8
    
    Timer 8.00 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2008-11-25
    GSTAFT version 1.00 by LovePimple : 25th May 2009
    
    7-Zip (A) 4.65  Copyright (c) 1999-2009 Igor Pavlov  2009-02-03
    Scanning
    
    Creating archive arc.7z
    
    Compressing  enwik8
    
    Everything is Ok
    
    Kernel Time  =     0.328 = 00:00:00.328 =   0%
    User Time    =    81.812 = 00:01:21.812 = 150%
    Process Time =    82.140 = 00:01:22.140 = 150%
    Global Time  =    54.421 = 00:00:54.421 = 100%
    Why? Because I have 2 cores?

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    I doubt it has anything to do with having a dual core processor. Multi-core CPU's should only cause problems for programs using QueryPerformanceCounter. What's your operating system?

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    XP SP3.

    I suggested a multicore issue because I have this problem with 7zip and winrar (both load the 2 cores) while paq8px timings are correct (user/process time about 99%, global time 100%)

    By the way global time is the correct time

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    I don't have a multi-core machine so can't test it myself, but I wouldn't be surprised if this is caused by a Windows bug. It would be interesting to see if the same thing happens on a multi-core machine running Vista or Windows 7 RC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M4ST3R View Post
    Sometimes with timer (or lptimer) user & process time are >100%
    Code:
    lptimer.exe 7za.exe -mx5 a arc enwik8
    
    Timer 8.00 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2008-11-25
    GSTAFT version 1.00 by LovePimple : 25th May 2009
    
    7-Zip (A) 4.65  Copyright (c) 1999-2009 Igor Pavlov  2009-02-03
    Scanning
    
    Creating archive arc.7z
    
    Compressing  enwik8
    
    Everything is Ok
    
    Kernel Time  =     0.328 = 00:00:00.328 =   0%
    User Time    =    81.812 = 00:01:21.812 = 150%
    Process Time =    82.140 = 00:01:22.140 = 150%
    Global Time  =    54.421 = 00:00:54.421 = 100%
    Why? Because I have 2 cores?
    Here's an experimental version which should fix this problem.

    EDIT: Replaced experimental v1.04 with v1.05.
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    lptimer1.04.exe 7za.exe -mx5 a arc enwik8

    Timer 8.00 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2008-11-25
    GSTAFT version 1.04 by LovePimple : 5th July 2009

    7-Zip (A) 4.65 Copyright (c) 1999-2009 Igor Pavlov 2009-02-03
    Scanning

    Creating archive arc.7z

    Compressing enwik8

    Everything is Ok

    Kernel Time = 0.140 = 00:00:00.140 = 0%
    User Time = 26.578 = 00:00:26.578 = 47%
    Process Time = 26.718 = 00:00:26.718 = 47%
    Global Time = 56.515 = 00:00:56.515 = 100%


    Shouldn't be user/process time something like 90-99%?

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    Looks like that's not the case when the program being tested is using more than one core.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LovePimple View Post
    Looks like that's not the case when the program being tested is using more than one core.
    http://downloads.sourceforge.net/pro...use_mirror=ncu

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    Hello everyone,

    most recent version -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/sevenmax/files/

    Best regards!

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