Multi processor support

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Prohulp posted this 23 October 2017

OS Name/Version: Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.10.0-37-generic x86_64)

Hardware information:

CPU: 4x Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1290, 8M Cache, 3.60 GHz

Ram: 128GB DDR3 1066/1333

Product Name/Version: AMP Release "TN/SR2" v1.4.8.2, built 2017-08-15 22:00

Problem Description: AMP doesnt seem to recognise 3 out of the 4 processors on the "CPU load status", is AMP able to use them or is this more then just a visual bug?

Steps to reproduce: Have more then 1 CPU inside a server, then compair the load balance between AMP and the command "top"

AMP status panel top command

Actions taken to resolve so far:

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Mike posted this 23 October 2017

Minecraft itself doesn't support multiple cores (in any meaningful way), so AMP shows it as a utilization of the resources it actually has access to. There is a setting that lets you take CPU cores into account in a different way such that 100% of one core on a four core machine shows as 25%.

Prohulp posted this 23 October 2017

Hello mike,

There is a setting that lets you take CPU cores into account in a different way such that 100% of one core on a four core machine shows as 25%

This would be preferred, i assume that the option: enter image description here

will do this trick, but when i enable / disable this option the server still shows 100% CPU usage, could you please tell me where i can enable such setting?

Mike posted this 23 October 2017

That'd be it, I'll have to take a look at its behaviour though. I've a funny feeling it might require a restart to take effect.

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