des at des.no
Thu Apr 12 10:42:18 UTC 2007
Randall Stewart <rrs at cisco.com> writes:
> I have three machines.
> 1) stewart - running 7.0 (2.8gig p4 dual core)
> 2) bsd1 - running 7.0 (2.8gig Xeon Hyperthreaded)
> 3) bsd2 - running 6.2 (2.4gig Xeon Hyperthreaded)
> Now if I run tests that max out cpu (at least I think
> they do).. I see <1> or <2> drag down to 1% idle/ even
> 0 %idle.
> However <3> never drops below 50% idle.. it preforms
> a lot slower too.. which I expect since it is somewhat
> of an older processor.. but in running say
> top -S I see CPU 1 always running the idle process...
By default, 6.2 doesn't schedule processes on the virtual core on a
Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des at des.no
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