Daniel Aharon on 3 Jan 2014 08:49:09 -0800

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[PLUG] calculating cost of a process

So I'm tasked with determining the monetary cost of each execution run of a process on a Win2008R2 box, so management can go to investors and say "Our method costs XX cents per file".

My guess at one way to do this is:

(cost of server)+(fractional cost of colo resources)
____________________________________________________   = $answer
	time the process takes

I know how I'd time a process on Linux (using "time"), but does anyone have a suggestion for a Windows equivalent?

And does anyone who's had this kind of task before recognize a better way to go about it?

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