NGEN taking up 100% of CPU after setup


David Notario (one of our developers on the CLR team) has a great explanation of this at:


http://blogs.msdn.com/davidnotario/archive/2005/04/27/412838.aspx


On the setup side, we NGEN several assemblies in the Framework and in VS.  NGEN has three priorities and anything that isn’t a Pri 1 is NGEN’d when the CPU is free (usually after setup).


I’ve seen several folks ask why mscorsvw.exe is taking up 100% of their CPU after setup so the link above is worth the read.


 


Comments (2)

  1. Mihai Limbasan says:

    Not sure to which forum post you were referring, but David’s article is at this URL:

    http://blogs.msdn.com/davidnotario/archive/2005/04/27/412838.aspx

  2. Quan says:

    Sorry, thanks to Mihai for pointing out my mistake 🙂