A core generally refers a single CPU core or to half of a piledriver module.

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How to know the program that's dumping the core?

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 ...
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Drivers and core clock

I just got a new video card it works and everything plays great. It does not show up on my details in device manager or any of my overclocking utilities. It's an MSI 780 GTX ti. but it shows in all ...
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Get VM GUI on a core server via VNC

I have a linux server without GUI running several Windows 7 VMs. I would like to view the screen of the VMs. Is it possible to connect to the linux server with a desktop computer in order to display ...
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accessing core microarchitecure in QEMU, HOW?

I have two questions: 1) Is QEMU a full system simulator or a virtalization layer? 2) when it installed, Is it possible to access micro architecture elements of a core such as registers ,...? I need ...
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OSX: gdb: how to read core file?

I've installed gdb formulae from Homebrew on OSX 10.10.5 to send a backtrace to developers of weechat (because weechat installed with Homebrew crashes every time I do /exit). And got this problem ...
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How many VM's I can create and share CPU cores on 24 core CPU?

I have a server that has 2 (CPU) - 24 cores. Is there a limit how many VM's I can create and assign CPU's? Ex: Is there a limit that, I can only create 6 VM's that have 4 CPUs each? or 12 VM's with 2 ...
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2 Virtual Machine on 1 core

I have a few computer installed with Hyper-V... I running some automatized programs on it... if I using 1 VM/core works like charm... and i can see its not using the 100% of the core... so i thought I ...