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Find how many CPUs are alloacted to each VM SQL Server 2008R2

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Is there a script to find how many CPUs are alloacted to each VM for SQL Server 2008R2?
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1. Count CPUs - select cpu_count from sys.dm_os_sys_info
2. Count cores - 1
select scheduler_id,cpu_id, status, is_online from sys.dm_os_schedulers where status='VISIBLE ONLINE'
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