Subject Re: [firebird-support] Firebird 2.5 SuperClassic and CpuAffinityMask
Author Paul Vinkenoog
Hi Tom,

> Is it still necessary to change "CpuAffinityMask" key in firebird.conf in FB2.5 SC??
> Or it uses all CPUs automatically?

From the Firebird 2.5 Quick Start Guide:


On Windows, Superserver defaults to using only the first processor or core in your computer. To make it use all the available CPU power, you must change the CpuAffinityMask parameter in firebird.conf. All other servers (including Superserver for Linux) support multiprocessing out of the box and ignore CpuAffinityMask.

Paul Vinkenoog