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RE: [Xen-devel] scheduling weirdness

Is it a Dual Processor system, or just a Hyperthreaded Core? I don't know if that would make much difference but it might be useful information to those in the know. Can you try it with no SMP?

From: Derek Glidden
Sent: Mon 19/07/2004 2:29 PM
To: xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Xen-devel] scheduling weirdness

Everything freshly pulled and rebuilt sunday afternoon. (no crashes 
yet; knock wood...)  Four VMs, all identical filesystems, created 
identically, running the exact same job:

# xm list
Dom  Name             Mem(MB)  CPU  State  Time(s)
0    Domain-0              54    0  r----    643.7
1    This is VM 1          63    1  -----    220.4
2    This is VM 2          63    0  -----    831.5
3    This is VM 3          63    1  -----    211.5
4    This is VM 4          63    0  -----    205.6

and VM2 is clearly running through its work much faster than the other 
three VMs.  I shut everything down, rebooted, recreated and restarted 
everything and same results.

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