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i`m getting two differnt graphs in windows nt 4.0 task manager, one is the standard(green) and the other is red in colour.the system with this task manager
is the primary domain controller with sql 7.0. i want to know the significance
of the second graph


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The two graphs are for CPU usage and kernel mode, this extract from the NT workstation resource kit explains it much better ! -
To graph the percentage of processor time in privileged or kernel mode, click Show Kernel Times on the View menu. This is a measure of the time applications are using operating system services. The remaining time, known as user mode, is spent running threads within the application code.

The fact that you have sql 7.0 is not a factor in this case.
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