After a recent update I noticed Mist starts six mist.exe process instances, presumably one for each physical CPU core in my machine.
I would like to limit this to just one. Is there a command-line argument I can use to do so?
The reason is that I've found Geth / Mist to be major resource hogs on my PC (particularly I/O). I use Process Hacker to reduce the Priority and I/O Priority of each process, which works like a charm. But having to do this on seven different processes each time I start the software is a pain.
Here are the commands I'm using to launch the software:
start "geth" "C:\Program Files\Mist\nodes\geth\win-x64\geth.exe" --datadir "L:\Ethereum" --cache=512 start "Mist" "C:\Program Files\Mist\Mist.exe" --datadir L:\Ethereum