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Old   May 7, 2023, 22:03
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I am using Hp Z6 G4 workstation. It have two processors each with 20 physical cores in it but the lscpu on wsl only detects the one processor, due to which i am not able to fully utilize all the physical cores of system.

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I am expecting a code or steps to configure wsl so it can access all the processors in my workstation
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It's probably an OS (Windows) specific problem most likely caused by a driver conflict or you're using a Windows version that doesn't support 2 sockets. Apparently Windows "Home" editions don't support 2 sockets while "Professional" editions do - double check your version specific socket support before spending money on an upgrade and remember that Linux doesn't have this problem and is free and can be installed using a dual boot configuration (I would recommend to install Linux on a separate/additional drive).
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It's probably an OS (Windows) specific problem most likely caused by a driver conflict or you're using a Windows version that doesn't support 2 sockets. Apparently Windows "Home" editions don't support 2 sockets while "Professional" editions do - double check your version specific socket support before spending https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/best-...ce-loans-j5luf on an upgrade and remember that Linux doesn't have this problem and is free and can be installed using a dual boot configuration (I would recommend to install Linux on a separate/additional drive).
Oh you are goddamn right. I spend all of my money on upgrade and after that I realise that I just needed to use 2 sockets not the one only.

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I am using Hp Z6 G4 workstation. It have two processors each with 20 physical cores in it but the lscpu on wsl only detects the one processor, due to which i am not able to fully utilize all the physical cores of system.

I am getting this on lscpu
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PLEASE HELP

I am expecting a code or steps to configure wsl so it can access all the processors in my workstation


You may find what you need here:

https://github.com/sirredbeard/WSL2-more-cores
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