I am confused by this ... if a CPU has 2 logical cores, it can run two programs 100% concurrent, yes? Otherwise, 2 programs on one CPU must be 100% time-divided (can't run independently as the same ...
I am seeing cores dumped in a particular directory continuously. I am sure there must a script that's continuously starting a process which is core-dumping and dying. But, how can I find which process ...
Is there a program that logs this, or at least lets me see in real time which process is running on which core? I don't think the task manager quite does either of these.