Processors

Peter Smith peter.smith at UTSouthwestern.edu
Thu Jan 30 14:27:01 CST 2003


You should add to the FAQ there that you can turn off the hyperthreading 
at the kernel level by either recompiling and/or entering "noht" on the 
kernel command line.  The corollary is true as well--to enable 
hyperthreading in the kernel either compile it in and/or enter "ht" on 
the kernel command line.

Peter Smith

Matt_Domsch at dell.com wrote:

>>ran "top" while installing Oracle today and it claims that
>>I have four processors.
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>FAQ.
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