On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 5:55 PM, richard <rich...@bader-muenchen.de> wrote:
> On 12/05/16 17:41, Allan Jude wrote:
>> On 2016-12-05 05:22, Michael Braig wrote:
>>> Dear All,
>>> I have now setup Window Desktop OS based on 8.1 and 10, but also Windows
>>> Server 2012 R2.
>>> The latter correctly shows the amount of assigned CPUs. The Desktop OSs
>>> always only show one, but also have high CPU load with especially the
>>> Windows network service.
>>> Did anybody experience this as well, anybody who can advise me on how
>>> Windows will recognize the additional CPUs?
>>> I am using an HP ML110 G7 with Xeon CPUs.
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>> This question has been answered before, in the last 2-3 months, if you
>> search the archive.
>> The short answer is that Windows Desktop OS only supports a single CPU
>> socket, optionally with many cores. The default in bhyve is to expose
>> each virtual CPU as a separate socket. There are a set of sysctls that
>> let you control this, so you can instead expose the 4 cpus as cores of a
>> single socket, and it will then work with Windows 8.1/10, but I don't
>> recall what they are off the top of my head, but they are in the archive
>> which you can browse here:
> i've put
> in /boot/loader.conf
And did that fix your issue?
It's a little bit annoying is that this setting is "systemwide" but I
believe there was talk to make this per-vm, though I don't know
how that is coming along...
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