lance@YSL Posted August 7, 2007 Report Share Posted August 7, 2007 Hi, We are currently testing a server for maximum performance issues... Server SPEC: HP DL380 G4, 2 X single core HT 3.0ghz Xeon CPUs, 3GB ram, 72gb SAS (RAID 0) The problem here is not so much the actual numbers we are getting, but the fact that the server performance seems to be only using cpu 1 thread of a possible 4 ... i.e. we are able to max out a single HT - but the other 3 are virtually idle so we cannot get higher call figures... A simple check in Task Manager shows it very obviously... on a HT system the first thread is idle, the second maxed out, the third (ie.. second processor) and forth (also second processor) is idle... I.e. a 3rd of the processing capacity of the system is idle and does not seem to be possible to get PBXnSIP to use it... I have not had a chance to test PBXnSIP on some DL385 Dual core Athlons so see if the same is evident there, but this is a bit of a concern for us... Any response as to the ability of PBXnSIP to support: Multithreading Multiprocessing Multicore ?? Cheers Lance Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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