James Bourne jbourne at mtroyal.ab.ca
Thu Mar 13 14:07:01 CST 2003

On Thu, 13 Mar 2003, Neil Klosterman wrote:

> How or where does linux recognize the hyperthreading with the Xeons?  Is
> there a spot that you can check to see the information on the processors,
> or where you can even disable hyperthreading?  Thanks.

if you cat /proc/cpuinfo look for ht under flags:, this will tell you
if you have HT available.

You will also have twice as many CPUs if ht is enabled in your bios and supported under
the kernel you are using.

James Bourne

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