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I have a few Linux virtual machines running on this computer, and if I look at

cat /proc/cpuinfo

cat /proc/cpuinfo

It is able to tell me the model name for the host system.

Will this affect the performance of the "Virtual Machine" if I scratch this information or put a bogus model number and name for the host CPU?

I have a few Linux virtual machines running on this computer, and if I look at

cat /proc/cpuinfo

It is able to tell me the model name for the host system.

Will this affect the performance of the "Virtual Machine" if I scratch this information or put a bogus model number and name for the host CPU?

I have a few Linux virtual machines running on this computer, and if I look at

cat /proc/cpuinfo

It is able to tell me the model name for the host system.

Will this affect the performance of the "Virtual Machine" if I scratch this information or put a bogus model number and name for the host CPU?

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Ok this may seem like a stupid question to many,II have a few Linux virtual machines running on this computer, and if I look at

cat /proc/cpuinfo

It is able to tell me the model name for the host system.

Will this affect the performance of the "Virtual Machine" if I scratch this information or put a bogus model number and name for the host CPU?

Ok this may seem like a stupid question to many,I have a few Linux virtual machines running on this computer, and if I look at

cat /proc/cpuinfo

It is able to tell me the model name for the host system.

Will this affect the performance of the "Virtual Machine" if I scratch this information or put a bogus model number and name for the host CPU?

I have a few Linux virtual machines running on this computer, and if I look at

cat /proc/cpuinfo

It is able to tell me the model name for the host system.

Will this affect the performance of the "Virtual Machine" if I scratch this information or put a bogus model number and name for the host CPU?

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