dual xeons and linux kernel - sees 4 processors instead of 2. Why?

Eduardo Sanchez ejsanchez at gmail.com
Fri May 19 09:43:25 CDT 2006

> Don't you think it's because it uses hyperthreading? You can try to
> disable hyperthreading from the BIOS.

Jacob is right, it is probably because of the hyperthreading, if you
disable it on the BIOS you'll see only 2 processors.

  -eduardo s.m.

eduardo s.m.

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