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sybase cannot use multi processors in version 12.0

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There is a rumour flying around my company that sybase cannot use more than one processor in a server running 12.0.

Is this true????

If this is not true, how can you tell if more than one processor is running please.


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In the "Sybase ASE 12.0 - System Administration Guide" there is the cap.16: Managing Multiprocessor Server
I am think that is fairly explicit!
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Thanks for your comments daniele.

So you are confirming that the rumour here is completely untrue and sybase 12.0 works with multiprocessors.

I know that sybase say that it works but I would love to know who started the rumour.
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I don't know who started the rumor but if you want verify the real use of multi processor, you can monitor CPU usage with operating system utility
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Thanks
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