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One of our clients is experiencing performences problems. Their system administrator claims that the engine is not using all available cores, which we could neither verify nor prove wrong. I'm looking for a method to show the actual cores used bei the engine, in this case dbsrv16.exe.

Any ideas?

asked 13 Oct '16, 08:41

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Reimer Pods
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edited 13 Oct '16, 09:44

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answered 13 Oct '16, 08:51

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Thanks john, that was exactly, what I've needed

(13 Oct '16, 09:44) Reimer Pods
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