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    Is this normal?

    Just got a new Dell PowerEdge R200 and was wondering whether it is normal for the task manager to show red lines (see screen grab) or whether this is something more serious at work?

    I have got Dell Server Administrator installed if this causes this to happen??
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    The red lines are the kernel cpu usage. If your getting consistently high kernel cpu usage you either have a driver or a hardware problem.

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    Start task manager. Go to "View->uncheck Show Kernel times"..red lines gone..

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