|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Firebird performance on Dual Core machine|
On Monday, January 2, 2006, 5:53:18, You wrote:
> At 09:56 PM 1/01/2006 +0700, you wrote:
>> I just want to know, is it true that the performance of firebird will
>>be drop if it used on dual core machine? I'm talking about AMD Dual
>>core or something but not Intel's Hyperthreading.
> Yes, it's true for the Superserver version, but not for Classic.
> With SS you should keep the CPU affinity to one CPU. By default, the value
> (a bitmask) is 1, which sets the affinity to CPU 0. Read the release notes
> and the notes in Firebird.conf. The release notes provide the algorithm
> for calculating the CPU affinity bitmask.
I've tried to use the classic server version, but all the program
can't be work (including IBExpert). Can you tell me how to make the
program to be work? Or it must be re-compiled to configure to classic
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