redhat 7.3 an PE 2650 indicate 4 Processors instead 2

Shahram shahram at web.de
Wed Dec 18 02:18:00 CST 2002


is this advantageous to run with Hyper-Threading on Redhat 7.3?
is there any disadvantage known?

bye Shahram

Amit_Bhutani at dell.com wrote:

>That's because you have Hyper-Threading enabled as a default in the BIOS.
>More on Hyper-Threading at the link below:
>http://www.intel.com/technology/hyperthread/
>
>Amit B
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Shahram [mailto:shahram at web.de]
>>Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 10:17 AM
>>To: Linux PowerEdge
>>Subject: redhat 7.3 an PE 2650 indicate 4 Processors instead 2
>>
>>
>>Hi,
>>
>>i installed redhat 7.3 on PE 2650 and OS indicate 4 
>>Processors instead 2.
>>
>>top displays:
>>..........................>
>>CPU0 states:  0,0% user,  0,1% system,  0,0% nice, 99,0% idle
>>CPU1 states:  0,0% user,  0,0% system,  0,0% nice, 100,0% idle
>>CPU2 states:  0,0% user,  0,0% system,  0,0% nice, 100,0% idle
>>CPU3 states:  0,0% user,  0,0% system,  0,0% nice, 100,0% idle
>><....................
>>also 4 Processor.
>>
>>but i have only 2 Processor in my mashine, 2 Xeon 2,4 GHz.
>>is this correct? or is here anything false?
>>
>>bye shahram
>>
>>
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