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logical cpu to physical cpu translation on dual core

 
FerBT
Occasional Contributor

logical cpu to physical cpu translation on dual core

Hi,

Can anyone tell me on a Proliant server with 4 dual core cpu's, which logical cpu is assigned to which physical cpu.

So for example on a DL580 with 4 dual core cpu and hypertrhreading enabled. Win 2k3 will see 16 logical cpu's. If a machine check says logical cpu 5 is causing a problem, to which physical cpu is this pointing?
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Prashant (I am Back)
Honored Contributor

Re: logical cpu to physical cpu translation on dual core

Hi,

I understand your Question. even i am checking on it. But if you have an error you can refer to IML to confirm which processor is failed.

I will post back with processor numbering

Prashant .
Nothing is impossible
Prashant (I am Back)
Honored Contributor

Re: logical cpu to physical cpu translation on dual core

Hi,

I am not sure about it, but is this relevent to us
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/908522/en-us
SYMPTOMS
Consider the following scenario. You use the System Information tool (Msinfo32.exe) to view the processor information on a Microsoft Windows Server 2003-based computer. The Windows Server 2003-based computer uses hyperthreading-enabled processors or dual-core processors. In this scenario, the System Information tool may report an incorrect number of logical processors.

Prashant S.
Nothing is impossible