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HyperThreading/Linux

Benoît
Regular Advisor

HyperThreading/Linux

Hi,

Are there known problem with DL380 and Linux that would need to unable hyperthreading?
What are recommandation on hyperthreading and Linux? ServiceGuard? Oracle? Apache?

Thanks.
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: HyperThreading/Linux

Shalom,

Hyperthreading on recent DL380's is enabled by default in the BIOS.

Bascially one regular core chip appears to the system as two. This enables you to use the smpt kernel and obtain a 60% performance boost.

Linux will recognize this as a dual cpu system. It can be used with SG, Oracle or Apache. I'm doing this on several servers now.

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Benoît
Regular Advisor

Re: HyperThreading/Linux

About SMP kernel ... is it installed by default on these platform if hyperthreading is enabled or do you have to enable it?
Vitaly Karasik_1
Honored Contributor

Re: HyperThreading/Linux

If hyperthreading was enabled during installation, installer should install smp kernel.