The new Xeon Servers out nowadays have a hyperthreading feature that
effectively makes your uniprocessor system look like a dual processorsystem. Kind of a virtual processor thing. As we all know, NBM
servers do not really gain anything from being on a multiprocessor
box, so I'm wondering if when I get my new NBM servers I should
disable the hyperthreading feature in the BIOS and force the OS to see

it as the Uniprocessor it actually is.

Anyone have any ideas? Experience?

Christopher L. Davis Network Projects Director
The Principia