Thank you very much for all your reports !
the error after mounting isnt showing up anymore
OK, excellent, thank you for the feedback about it.
most of the time it used 96-98% of the cpu, sometimes it droped to 75-80 and went again up. 2.75Gb ram of 16gb were used ( 600mb vm)
The drop down around 75-80, is normal because there is component ("Languages - India") which needs to be upgraded. I will do upgrade it today almost as some other components
@KrX : Just a question, are you still using a RAM Drive ?
All 6/12 Cores @ 90% working with 3,8 GHz.
Really good work my friend !!!
Thank you for this excelent work !!!
Time to remove apps = 04m04s. Time to remove all the rest + finalizing = 2m33s. To my mind, there is no need to reduce the 2m33s.
The problem is only the removing apps time, but I think, this time can not be reduced, because, this dism command works really slow...
I will upgrade it later to improve speed again, even for removing apps time
Hi please find my tests. Test v0.4.12.3 with (331)components removed, HDD 1TB(5400 with 8GB SDD)
Removing speed: Insane.
Total time 27,42 minutes (including ISO creation)
Thank you for the report. Have you looked at the task manager to see the level of use of all your threads ? Are they all used around 90-95% ?
I also try to remove the Antivirus (Windows Defender) no significant change.
It seems that the limiting factor is the HDD (which is by definition slower in access than an SSD). If you have time try this :
1 - deselect in the provided WCCF v0.4.12.3 the component "EXPERT - Deep Cleanup". This should save you some time, how many I don't know, but this is the point : if possible I would like to know the time difference between selecting it and not selecting it. If you could do this, this should be a precious information for me. Thanks by advance Jpm.
2 - before launch EX-100, test if your HDD is fragmented. Maybe defragmenting it is needed.
In the Log it would be good to separate the ISO time creation
It will be added in the next build EDIT
: Done !
and perhaps to correct the nb cores as it reports 4 cores which is not correct for my Notebook.
You are right about this, I need to correct it because the most important for the cleanup is not the number of CPU cores but the number of CPU threads. So, I will change the name from "Cores" to "CPU Threads". EDIT
: Done !
--> So, with the new "Removing Engine - 3.04" :
- the faster your CPU is, the more removing speed you will get
- an SSD is recommended to achieve the best removing speed