Posts Tagged ‘threads’

Coding a XenServer Client in Python – Monitoring Multiple VMs via Multiple Threads

Friday, March 30th, 2012

HueXenClient - XenServer client written in Python using the Citrix XenAPI

HueXenClient - XenServer client written in Python using the Citrix XenAPI

In some prior blogs I had written about developing an ESXi client in Java which could connect to a VMware ESXi server and perform some management tasks. In this blog, I will describe developing a Cirtrix XenServer Client in Python that connects to a Citrix XenServer or XenServer pool; the client can also perform management tasks and provides some advanced monitoring features. (more…)

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Intel Hyper-Threading Technology

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

Intel Core i7Intel Hyper-Threading Technology (HT Technology) enables each processing core to run multiple tasks or “threads” at the same time. Intel HT Technology also improves overall performance on threaded software by increasing processor throughput. For each physical processor core, the operating system addresses two virtual processors. For example, a processor with two cores with HT Technology will be capable of 4-way multitasking. (more…)

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