dhubbard at peds-cme.med.usf.edu
Mon Oct 6 15:33:49 EDT 1997
> Actually you can do that with the current client. Each instance of the
> client uses one processor. If you are only running one instance of the
> client, you are only useing one processor, to use two processors run two
> clients. If you have two clients running you will have two processors
Right, thats what I am doing, but I assumed multi-threading meant multiple
cpu's via one client, in which case I'd like to limit it to 2 cpus.
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