runxel wrote:I know you stated this, but what about Windows Defender? I always add Archicad and related folders to the Exclusions with good results regarding overall speed of AC.
PS: Before anybody asks: no anti-virus, everything else (drivers etc) is uptodate...
runxel wrote:Port 22350 is the default Port used by Archicad and Codemeter for the Licensemanagement
Looking at the Windows resource monitor it says that Archicad is doing an IP loopback on port 22350 and it's listening on ports 60200, 65050, and 65110.
SeRohde wrote:Nice trick. I've added the folder now, too. Startup times doesn't seem to be affected significantly, tho.
t what about Windows Defender? I always add Archicad and related folders to the Exclusions with good results regarding overall speed of AC.
SeRohde wrote:Thanks for this info! (:
Port 22350 is the default Port used by Archicad and Codemeter for the Licensemanagement
The other High Ports i don't know about for sure. I assume the are related to AC exchangeing files via UDP with the Teamworkserver.
DGSketcher wrote:My first suspect, too. Cleared it with no effect.
related to the number of files in the recent list of the start up dialog
ntdll.dll!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0x14 KERNELBASE.dll!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x8e GSRoot.dll!GS::ThreadCpuTime::GetCurrentThreadCpuTimeInNanos+0xf6c GSRoot.dll!GS::ThreadGuard::~ThreadGuard+0x12fb ARCHICAD Starter.exe+0x866a ARCHICAD Starter.exe+0x81ad GSRoot.dll!GS::Main+0x40 ARCHICAD Starter.exe!InitAutoTester+0xf06c ARCHICAD Starter.exe!InitAutoTester+0xe08e KERNEL32.DLL!BaseThreadInitThunk+0x14 ntdll.dll!RtlUserThreadStart+0x21This thread does also multiple hundred thousands of context switches, which isn't great I guess? At least this amounts to considerable performance drain on the CPU.
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