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From Steven Liang <stevenli...@yesup.com>
Subject Re: who can explain cpu.overprovisioning.factor more detailed?
Date Wed, 18 Sep 2013 19:03:34 GMT
Thank you for replying.
I have another question. If there are only 8 core cpu on every hosts,
can I assign 10 cpu to a vm?

On 09/18/2013 01:31 PM, Daan Hoogland wrote:
>
> If you have 1G and a factor of 2, you van  instantiate 2 machines with
> 1G. This is useful of you don't expect all machines top be running art
> the dame time.
>
> Regards,
> mobile biligual spell checker used
>
> Op 18 sep. 2013 17:54 schreef "Steven Liang" <stevenliang@yesup.com
> <mailto:stevenliang@yesup.com>> het volgende:
>
>     Hi,
>
>     What is cpu.overprovisioning.factor use for?
>     Who can explain it more detailed?
>     Thank you.
>
>     -- 
>     *Steven Liang*
>     *Linux System Admin*
>     *Phone*: 1.416.499.8009 ext. 2865
>     *Cell Phone*: 1.647.718.5292
>     *Email*: stevenliang@yesup.com <mailto:stevenliang@yesup.com>
>     www.yesup.com <http://www.yesup.com> | account.yesup.com
>     <http://account.yesup.com>
>
>     Yesup
>


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*Steven Liang*
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*Cell Phone*: 1.647.718.5292
*Email*: stevenliang@yesup.com <mailto:stevenliang@yesup.com>
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