winsat cpu Command In Windows Server 2008
In this article I am going to explain about winsat cpu Command in Windows Server 2008 operating system and also explain it's related syntax.
This command used for measures the performance of the processor using encryption and decryption or compression and decompression.
|winsat cpu <[encryption|encryption2]|[compression|compression2]> [optional parameters]
||Run the encryption and decryption sub-assessment using 256-bit AES cryptographic algorithms
||Run the encryption and decryption sub-assessment computing a SHA1 hash.
||Run the compression and decompression sub-assessment using a Lempel-Zev algorithm.
||Run the compression and decompression sub-assessment using an internal Microsoft compression algorithm. This is the same algorithm used to compress the hibernation file and with ReadyBoost and ReadyDrive technologies.
||Define the buffer size for the assessment. The minimum is 4K. The maximum is 2MB. The default is 16KB.
||Specify the number of buffer regions used in the assessment. The default is 16 regions.
|-data <file name>
||Specify a file to be loaded into the buffer for use in the assessment. The default file used if none is specified is %SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll.
||Specify the size of buffer regions used in the assessment.
||Send verbose output to STDOUT, including status and progress information. Any errors will also be written to the command window.
|-xml <file name>
||Save the output of the assessment as the specified XML file. If the specified file exists, it will be overwritten.
||Create a globally unique identifier (GUID) in the XML output file.
|-note "note text"
||Add the note text to the <note> section in the XML output file.
||Include the local computer name in the XML output file.
||Enumerate extra system information in the XML output file
This example assesses CPU performance using 256-bit AES cryptographic algorithms:
This example assesses CPU performance using the same compression algorithms that Windows Vista uses internally:
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