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Does ESXi work better with HT on or off

Could someone please provide a link to the doc that specifies this ?

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Be careful when using CPU affinity on systems with hyper-threading.  Because the two logical processors share most of the processor resources, pinning vCPUs, whether from different virtual machines or from a single SMP virtual machine, to both logical processors on one core (CPUs 0 and 1, for example) could cause poor performance.

http://virtualizationeh.ca/2012/09/17/performance-best-practices-for-vmware-vsphere-5-1/
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