We're currently able to try several hundred password combinations per second on an average CPU.
What does ACP stand for?
ACP stands for Average CPU (Central Processing Unit) Power (computing)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of ACP
We have 646 other meanings of ACP in our Acronym Attic
- Automatic Contribution Plan (various organizations)
- Automatic Correlation Partitioning
- Automatic/Autoloading Colt Pistol
- Automotive Component Producer (Australia)
- Automóvel Clube de Portugal (Portuguese: Automobile Club of Portugal)
- Autoridad del Canal de Panama (Panama Canal Authority)
- Auxiliary Control Panel
- Auxiliary Control Process
- Average Case Performance
- Average Collection Period (accounting)
- Aviation Continuation Pay
- Aviator Continuation Pay
- Azimuth Change Pulse
- IT (Information Technology) Architect Certification Program (Open Group)
- African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States
- All-Union Communist Party (of Bolsheviks)
- American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine (transitional name; now American College of Physicians)
- Acid Phosphatase 1
- Acid Phosphatase 2, Lysosomal (enzyme)
- Aspects, Components, and Patterns for Infrastructure Software
Samples in periodicals archive:
Organisations should try to get to 60% or higher sustained average CPU and memory utilisation on their existing host servers before adding new licenses.
Once the packet completes its execution, or when it's killed, the EE writes the information about the packet in the MIB (trace file): increments the number of packets killed or completed, and modifies the average CPU time used (computed over the last 20 packets) and all these information about the packet are stored.
As a general rule, an iSCSI TOE NIC (also called an iSCSI HBA) is recommended if your average CPU utilization before the use of iSCSI is higher than 50% during usual business hours, above 65% during peak use periods, or nearing 75% during backup or mirroring operations.
Average CPU consumption during peak processing time plummeted from 80% to 15 %.
During initial testing, the average CPU temperature lowered from 54[degrees] to 45[degrees]C.
Specifically, the ProLiant 8000 with eight 550MHz Pentium III processors, each with 2Mb of L2 cache, and a total of 4Gb of main memory, was able to support 4,512 SAP R/3 S&D users at an average CPU utilization of 98% when configured as a database server in a three-tier R/3 network.
1 million online transactions benchmark was set with an average CPU usage of only 40 percent and average disk usage of just 9 percent.