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Dec 01, 2010 at 04:21 PM

DBAnalyzer - "Number of logical CPU" weirdness

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A DB Analyzer running on a Solaris x64 system is showing after starting:

*  I  Version information:
*  I  --------------------
*  I  Database Analyzer configuration file dbanalyzer78.cfg, version 7.8.01 Build 018-121-240-252
*  I  Kernel version: Kernel    7.8.01   Build 018-121-240-252
*  I
*  I  System information:
*  I  -------------------
*  I  Number of logical CPUs: 256, physical CPUs: 8, processor type: AMD64 (i86pc)
*  I  Physical memory 65533 MB, virtual memory 211936 MB, memory allocated from instance: 8906 MB
*  I  Operating system: SunOS 5.10 Generic_141415-07
*  I

% /usr/sbin/psrinfo
0       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:35
1       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:42
2       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:44
3       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:46
4       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:48
5       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:50
6       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:52
7       on-line   since 04/25/2010 17:54:54

Where does the database get those 256 CPUs from? MaxDB 7.7 didn't show this behaviour. Not a problem actually, just curious.

Markus