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JBoss Config. on multi processors [JVM 1.4]

Isuru Sampath
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Joined: Jun 26, 2003
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Thanks for reading the post.

One of my colleagues, is trying to configure JBoss on a multi processor SUN server in such a manner, JBoss is capable of utilizing all/any of the available CPUs. So far we were only able to configure JBoss to utilize only one CPU. The work load is switched between the CPUs but we were not able to allow JBoss to utilize all available CPUs at once.

Would appreciate any help or lead.

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