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[Xen-bugs] [Bug 1386] can't acquire more than 8 CPUs in a VM

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Subject: [Xen-bugs] [Bug 1386] can't acquire more than 8 CPUs in a VM
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Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 15:47:01 -0800
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------- Comment #1 from patti.sheaffer@xxxxxxxx  2008-11-13 15:47 -------
I tried the /NUMPROC=16 in the windows boot.ini file and could not increase the
number of CPUs above 8.

(In reply to comment #0)
> I specify 16CPUs in the Machine Details dialog box and boot the VM, but the
> Guest OS only captures 8 (or less if I set less) CPUs.  The guest OS is 
> Windows
> 2003 Server Enterprise Edition which I have verified will support at least
> 16CPUs when booted as the host OS on my current system or my TYAN S4881/B4881
> 16CPU system.
> My current system is OpenSuSE11.0 x86_64 on a TYAN S4985/B4985 system which 
> has
> 8 each quad-core Opteron 8000 processors and 64BG memory.  The version of Xen
> listed in YaST is 3.2.1_16881

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