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    how to know how many vCPU i can use for creating VMs?

    Hi, I am reading some article that says, to calculate vCPU is using this formula: (Threads x Cores) x Socket = vCPU I am curious, is that formula is right? Let's say i have a physical server with 1 CPU @ 4 Cores/8 Threads and 32GB RAM with Proxmox VE running inside and with that formula, that...
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    [SOLVED] Sockets vs Cores vs Threads vs vCPU vs CPU Units

    I've read everything I can about this and I still don't understand how this works in Proxmox. I have a 2 x E5-2698 v3 Server which has 2 sockets, 16 cores per socket, 2 threads per core. So that's a total of 64 threads, 32 physical cores, 2 physical sockets. Proxmox is showing this like this...
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    Passthrough of Cores and Threads

    Hi all, can I pass all cores and threads to a Virtual Machine? So that the machine has for example all 8 cores and all 16 threads of the node. Purpose for this is licensing. Thanks in advance for answering. Regards, Andreas


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