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System.Diagnostic.FileVersionInfo

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I'm trying to use this class in a mult-threaded app (C#). I'm running on a
hyper-threaded CPU (so it looks like 2 x CPUs to the OS) and there is no
difference in timings when i run with 1 thread or 2 threads to capture
fileversioninfo against a list of workstations. but, when I use more than 2
threads, the timings jump almost exponentially! Like 1.9 seconds to 20
seconds when I up the number of threads to three! Any ideas why this
happens? My thought is that I can only have one instance of this class per
CPU...
Jul 21 '05 #1
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