We have a program that has an issue that causes it to use 98% of the CPU. The developer of this program has left and we are working with others to try and correct this, but until resolved, does anyone know of a powershell script that could be run that would detect the high cpu usage, determine the PID of the problem process and then kill it specifically.
We should have checked that before, but System.Diagnostics.Process (the result of Get-Process) does not provide the CPU utilization. CPU is the same as TotalProcessorTime, and tells us how much time the
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