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Benefits of hyperthreading for an Oracle database

I'm running Oracle 10 on a blade450 g6. I have hyper-threading turned on but I have heard several people say that Oracle databases don't play well with it. Are there specific performance or ...
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Hyperthreading not detected by Linux [closed]

I have a Dell server with two Intel Xeon E5645 cpus, each cpu has 6 cores, and each core is hyperthreaded (i.e. should be equivalent to two virtual cores). I installed CentOS 6.2 on this server and it ...
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Hyperthread and processors Clock, Size, and Capacity

When I enable hyperthreading, CPU size and capacity decrease to about half the non-hyperthreaded value. Since most of my processes use only two cores, should I disable hyperthreading? lshw -C ...
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Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?

How can I check if hyperthreading is enabled on a Linux machine, using a perl script to check for it? I'm trying the following way: dmidecode -t processor | grep HTT Let me know if I'm on right ...
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Should I disable hyperthreading when concerned about performance of single-threaded applications?

I use a i5-2410M processor, which is setup to do hyperthreading by default on my laptop. Considering that this is a 2-core processor, this means it can do 4 threads at a time. This also means that ...
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How to find if hyperthreading is enabled on FreeBSD

Is it possible to find out if hyperthreading is enabled within the BSD kernel of a given machine without watching the boot up sequence?
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How can I have 400% CPU occupied on 2 cores

I understand that Σ(%CPU) ≤ logicalcores*(1+ε) (where ε is measure and rounding error). But, how can I have on a 2 core system 2 different processes, each taking 200% of CPU (as measured by htop)? ...