Re: How to detect multi-core and/or HT-enabled CPUs in 2.4.x and 2.6.x kernels

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In article <[email protected]> you wrote:
> once your program (and many others) have such a check, then the next
> step will be pressure on the kernel code to "fake" the old situation
> when there is a processor where <vague criteria of the day> no longer
> holds. It's basically a road to madness :-(

I agree that for HPC sizing a benchmark with various levels of parallelity
are better. The question is, if the code in question only is for inventory
reasons. In that case I would do something like x sockets, y cores and z cm

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