Thread is a form of a process to divide itself into two or more tasks that can be executed concurrently.

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run many python web apps without eating the processor away

I need to run many Python web apps (mostly Django, but not all of them) on a server. Currently I'm running them with uwsgi emperor mode (I guess... I just have all configs in /etc/uwsgi/apps-enabled/) ...
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Single-threaded program takes too low CPU?

I am using Windows 7 Professional, Intel i7 CPU. I know the i7 has Hyper-Threading and I assume this is the reason. While running a single-threaded program, I saw that it only uses 12-13% CPU in Task ...
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How do I prevent myself from accidentally specifying too many threads when compiling?

When I compile stuff I usually want to do this fast, so on my workstation I issue make -j16 And (gnu) make starts compiling with 16 cores. However when I am back on my laptop I don't have 16 cores ...
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Configuring systemd to allow daemon to set RT priority

I have a daemon that calls pthread_setschedparam() to set the thread priority. On a system using systemd (OpenSuse 12.1), this fails, because sched_setscheduler() returns EPERM. From what I ...
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Can hardware virtualisation use threads from processor cores

I have intel i7 processor with 4 physical cores and each one has 2 threads which is total 8 logical cores. I intent to have virtual machine with windows server that will use all processor potential. ...
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Unexpected shutdown with heavy single threaded process and single core affinity

I'm not sure what's the cause of the problem, but it happened 3 times in two weeks under similar conditions. I checked with the laptop's support desk and they made me run several tests to see if my ...
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Does GNU/Linux counts processes and threads together when I limit their number?

I want to limit the number of processes per user on my machine, with /etc/security/limits.conf and the nproc value. I have read here that Linux dosen't distinguish between processes and threads? My ...
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Can I close a firefox tab through the console?

There I was downloading a bunch of stuff from the Internet quite happily using Firefox built-in download manager when I decided to check code academy (a site that teaches you how to program in ...
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Why does Unix deliver signals this way?

In Unix, when signals are posted, and the receiving process is running more than one thread, at first a thread is chosen to carry out the signal handling routine. I don't understand why that is ...
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613 threads limit on debian [closed]

When running this program thread-limit.c on my dedicated debian server, the output says that my system can't create more than around 600 threads. I need to create more threads, and fix my system ...
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How can you get thread count of running process in windows 7

How can you get thread count of running process in windows 7. i have a multi threaded c# application and i want to see active threads of that process while running.
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What does “thread” mean as related to CPUs? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are threads, and what do they do in the processor? I know a process can have multiple threads, on my Windows 7 machine each process has over 10 threads in avg. ...
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Merging threads in IMAP

A follow-up to Merging threads in Thunderbird. I realized that when using IMAP I can try merging threads in another application... So, which modern email applications can merge threads in IMAP ...
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Blocked process state affect on thread state within process?

If multiple threads are running within a process and the process goes from running to blocked state then do all the threads within the process automatically go into blocked state as well? If the ...
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What's the best way to perform a parallel copy on Unix?

I routinely have to copy the contents of a folder on a network file system to my local computer. There are many files (1000s) on the remote folder that are all relatively small but due to network ...
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Excel 2010 slow or hangs when doesn't have focus [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you keep Microsoft Excel running at full speed even when it does not have the window focus? Running Windows 7 with Office 2010. We are seeing a huge slowdown (4x ...
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Peeking inside Firefox - what's maxing out the CPU

I am having a Firefox with plenty of add-ons installed. Sometimes Firefox get stuck with high CPU usage on the pages having no Flash. I'd like to solve what's causing this in a more professional ...
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Windows 7 limit the number of threads that a process creates?

Do some versions of Windows 7 (32 or 64 bits) manage the number of threads that any specific process are creating? If so, is there a way to configure a maximum limit of threads on system (in the ...
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What Exactly is a Threaded Web Server?

I would like to know what a threaded web server is? I have performed many searches but am unable to find anything that gives a clear explanation or definition; perhaps somebody can enlighten me.
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Can a multi-core processor run multiple processes at the same time?

I understand that a multi-core processor can run multiple threads of the same process at the same time using its different cores. Can it also run multiple processes at the same time(each core running ...
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Some questions on threads and processes

I was asked these questions in interview (C++ interview). I'm not confident of the answers and would like to know more. Can thread create another thread ? Can process create another process ? Can ...
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Which processor/core is this process/service using?

What can i use to monitor which processor/core/thread an application is using? I have 16 processors and want to know which processor a specific application is using. I am running Windows Server 2003 ...
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Does the Windows scheduler allocate equal length quanta to threads?

Is the time slice (quantum) that the Windows Kernel Dispatcher allocates to threads the same length for every thread, or does it base the size of quantum on the priority of the thread like Linux does? ...
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Dual Core, Core 2 Duo, Core i Series

How does Dual Core, Core 2 Duo, Core i Series processors executes (1) process without threads (2) process with threads Actually I want to know how these processors distribute a single process ...
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Is there a “deep” task manager available in Windows XP akin to Windows 7 and Vista? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Good Alternatives to Windows Task Manager Is there a good task manager or utility for Windows XP that gives deep visibility into the processes and threads running on the ...
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VirtualBox recognise all threads as cores or only physical cores for dual core Core i7?

When I run VirtualBox (or other virtualisation software) it lets me select how many cores I like to allocate to a virtual machine. Since I have a dual core 2.66gHz Intel Core i7 with hyperthreading, ...
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Mail.app Bug — Keeps Showing Messages

I'm running Mail.app on my Mac (Snow Leopard). Two GMail accounts are linked to it using POP. There is an annoying bug which causes certain messages from one of the account to show up in my Inbox. ...
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how do you view all threads running on Linux? [closed]

I've used 'top', but I need a tool that can give me an arbitrary-time history of threads that have executed on my system (CentOS 5.4)?
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How do I monitor or view the thread count of a certain process on AIX?

How do I monitor or view the thread count of a certain process on AIX?