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GeneralRe: Using OpenMP - #of CPU or # of threads ? Pin
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Richard MacCutchan9-Feb-19 22:42
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No, threads and processors are not related in any way. Processors (CPUs) are hardware, threads are pieces of code that run in a CPU. An application can create as many threads as it likes regardless of how many processors exist in the system that it runs on. In most cases you do not need to know how many CPUs are available, since your application should be based on its business/technical design rather than the hardware it runs on. Finally, do not assume that you can control how many processors your application uses; the operating system is in control of resources, and allocates them as necessary.
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