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Author Topic: [Split From] Does this mean less Huawei cabinets for us in the next 5 years?  (Read 943 times)

Chrysalis

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The wording is confusing, but most likely it will mean 25% of the maximum cpu resources of the server as a burst capacity.
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Alex Atkin UK

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The wording is confusing, but most likely it will mean 25% of the maximum cpu resources of the server as a burst capacity.

Looking at the specs of that server and number of accounts, seems unlikely.  Also another package says 200% CPU, maybe they mean two cores?  Either way, its insanely confusing.
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Well with the revealing there is a 200% package, then I will say I am officially lost by it.
In Linux 'top' 100% does indeed refer to one cpu core, so it could be 25% is 1/4 of a core, 200% is 2 cores worth of power.  But still speculation though.
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Well with the revealing there is a 200% package, then I will say I am officially lost by it.
In Linux 'top' 100% does indeed refer to one cpu core, so it could be 25% is 1/4 of a core, 200% is 2 cores worth of power.  But still speculation though.

That's all I could think of too, seems whoever wrote those packages is completely clueless.
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