[windows2000] Re: Two processors as one

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 12:51:59 -0500



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Mucher [mailto:mmucher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]=20
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> Ray,
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> I suggest he's hosing you.
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> If you look in Device Mangler under computer, a dual processor machine
> should show a multiprocessor HAL - otherwise it says=20
> uniprocessor and you
> need to replace the HAL.

Uniprocessor

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> Another option is in Task Manager - view/CPU history/one=20
> graph per CPU.

One per CPU with the option grayed out.


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> One or the other is wrong if it's a dual processor machine=20
> showing only one
> graph.
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> That being said, I'm not familiar with "bridging" - I may=20
> learn something
> here!
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> Re: licensing - I'd open them up and count the processors.  I=20
> don't think
> that "bridging", if it exists, allows you to get around a per=20
> processor
> license.  Another way to check is to look at the invoices.



I'm going to either open a server up or look at the invoices.

Thanks Mark.




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