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One graph per CPU

In the windows 2000 web server Task Manager, I use the Performance tab to monitor my cpu usage.

It gives the option under View / CPU History / One graph per CPU.

I select that option and it displays two graphs. On the left it is low usage and the right is typically the same. But sometimes the right goes up higher and is more erratic.

I asked my husband why it has two CPU's and he says it doesn't and to ask here. So why does it show two CPU's and why would the right side be higher than the left?

thanks!

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That answers the first half of my question, but I still do not know why the one side is shooting up way higher. Why would the CPU usage shoot up for no apparent reason?

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