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Hypertreading -- logical processors ?

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I have a Dell Poweredge R610 server
with TWO physical processors socket,
4 core per processors.

I assume hypertreading would
make 16 logical processors ?
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correct
2 sockets, 4 cores in each socket, with hyper threading = 16 logical processors
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Correct, so long as your processors support hyper-threading.
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