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I believe that a single threaded process (program) will be constrained to execution on a single CPU core even if its running on a system with a multi-core CPU. If a processes is multithreaded and its running on a system with a multi-core CPU, the execution of individual threads can be handed off to different CPU cores and therefore the program can benefit ...


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A single CPU handles one process at a time. But a "process" is a construct of an operating system; the OS calls playing a video in VLC a single process, but it's actually made up of lots of individual instructions. So it's not as if a CPU is tasked with playing a video and has to drop everything it was doing. A CPU can take on the task of playing a video → ...


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A p-state on Intel processors is a set frequency and voltage; each processor has a number of p-states that it supports, from a low-power, low-frequency setting all the way up to its rated maximum performance. You can see how many you have by running cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/intel_pstate/num_pstates The min-max performance settings in TLP set lower and ...


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it is type for a computer, Intel is the make, model is 32bit or 64 bit, the word type indecates what it is used for, make is who makes it, and model is what kind it is. it is a dual core meaning two cpu's put together in one die. like what type of car is it? words and there usages: type : a category of people or things having common characteristics. make ...


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I never knew about the lscpu command. The man page says its based on the first CPU only. The "rate" may "change". seems the lscpu is under change -- newer ones have a -V (--version) option, on my ubuntu 15.04 system it says: leisner@t7400:/tmp$ lscpu --version lscpu from util-linux 2.25.2 Model name: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5430 @ ...


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The autorestart directive specifies if supervisord should automatically restart a process if it exits when it is in the RUNNING state. (Source: http://supervisord.org/configuration.html) In other words, once the PHP page is processed...the interpreter exits...and the whole thing restarts again...and again...etc. Is that to be expected?


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That is basicly what you get. You should now try looking google for Intel processor list by given information on speed (1600 Mhz) and the models name (What do you mean by asking your cpu type?). I am guessing between those: P7500 T5200 T5470 U9600


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This is the expected output to Arm based processors. All Serialized cores are shown in list with line breaks instead of separated processors. Features are evaluated by cpuinfo code, and only show if all cores support them /* * Mismatched CPU features are a recipe for disaster. Don't even * pretend to support them. */ ...


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A list of non-zero CPU % processes: ps -eo pid,tid,class,rtprio,ni,pri,psr,pcpu,stat,wchan:14,comm --sort=+pcpu | awk '$8!=0.0 {print}' | awk 'NR>1' To count them ps -eo pid,tid,class,rtprio,ni,pri,psr,pcpu,stat,wchan:14,comm --sort=+pcpu | awk '$8!=0.0 {print}' | awk 'NR>1' | wc -l To see this continuously updated, but them in a file called ...


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There is probably a problem with your video driver. I resolved it by following (modified) instructions at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2072420: Press Alt-F2 to switch to a new console sudo apt-get purge xserver-xorg-video-intel then reboot sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf, remove any present code (if ...



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