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[Xen-users] vcpus higher than real cpus possible?

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Subject: [Xen-users] vcpus higher than real cpus possible?
From: "David Hláčik" <david@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 17 May 2008 19:03:34 +0200
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Hello, i have just migrated machine to xen server where only 2 cpus are available. I have copied config from machine where domU was located before. That machine had 4 CPUS (QUADCORE), current machine has 2 CPUS (1 XEON 2cores).
I have forgot to change vcpus from 4 to 2 in config, but .. what really surprised me ... machine started . How it is possible? It was really slow alltought and not possible for working (Windows server 2003).
Thanks for reply!

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