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PerformanceCounterCategory.Create() takes 3 minutes to add a new category!! How come? What can cause this?

DR
PerformanceCounterCategory.Create() takes 3 minutes to add a new category!!
How come? What can cause this?
Apr 10 '08 #1
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On Thu, 10 Apr 2008 12:26:20 -0700, DR <so*******************@yahoo.com>
wrote:
[snip]
It is bad enough that you cannot be bothered to cross-post correctly. And
that you cannot be bothered to take advice with respect to the correct way
to write a "subject" line for your articles? But it's adding insult to
injury for you to keep posting the same thing repeatedly in the same
newsgroup.

Please, learn the proper etiquette for participating in this community.
It's one thing for someone new to Usenet to not know and need to be
taught. But your repeated refusal to get a clue is an insult to every
person who understands what it means to act as a polite member of society.

Pete
Apr 10 '08 #2
"DR" <so*******************@yahoo.comwrote in message
news:eg**************@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
PerformanceCounterCategory.Create() takes 3 minutes to add a new
category!! How come? What can cause this?


After several requests to stop with this in the past, you keep posting the
same question over and over again on the same NG and you keep multi-posting
to non relevant NG's, not to mention your long subject lines. I'm afraid you
will be ignored completely if you keep ignoring these requests.

Willy.
Apr 10 '08 #3
On Thu, 10 Apr 2008 13:52:05 -0700, Willy Denoyette [MVP]
<wi*************@telenet.bewrote:
[...] I'm afraid you will be ignored completely if you keep ignoring
these requests.
Afraid? At this point, I'm hoping.

Every time someone actually posts an answer to his questions, a baby
Usenet dies, and just increases the odds that "DR" will sin again.
Apr 10 '08 #4
Peter Duniho wrote:
Every time someone actually posts an answer to his questions, a baby
Usenet dies, and just increases the odds that "DR" will sin again.
I wonder if he works for MySpace, or if the header is spoofed. The
netblock owner for the IP is certainly Fox, and myspace.com is on the
end of a traceroute to it.

Perhaps it's just a reflection of MySpace aesthetics...

-- Barry

--
http://barrkel.blogspot.com/
Apr 10 '08 #5

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