[rc5] several processors
rjones at zeppo.Corp.Sun.COM
Thu Aug 28 13:12:43 EDT 1997
Only if it's multi-threaded.
However, the behaviour of NT MP systems is to dedicate a CPU to running the RC5
process and let the other CPU deal with running the system. So you'll get like
100% of one cpu, instead of the 95% you'd get on an idle system. SO it's faster
but not by a factor of two.
> If a machine has plural processors - I know that you can run plural
> clients - one per processor.
> But if you only run one client, will that run twice as fast instead?
> Eric Smith
Ry Jones ( http://www.wicker.com/ )
Internet Commerce & Security Products Group, Sun Microsystems
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