zzori wrote:i can't speak english well.
cat /proc/cpu : 4 core check
play on plex transcoding cpu use near 50% (top)XPEH wrote:In0cenT wrote:I'ts hard coded. We cant change that only 2 cores are recognised.
All cores are recognized and used, but i3 and 2 cores displayed by interface. Its a bug, but only cosmetic.
Apologies to dig up an old post. Regarding xpenology cpu usage when running plex, I had a similar issue as the quoted person above.
My xpenology is running on esxi 6.0 with a e3 1240 v2 4c8t cpu. That translate into 8 cores in esxi I believe. I first assigned 2 of the cores to run my xpenology and had reached 100% cpu usage (in dsm resource monitor) when running plex server to dine mkv movie to my android box; the movie is in 1080 and played with occasion lag or pause. I then thought 2 cores is not enough so I up it to 4 cores. The same lag and pause still exist and not imported a t all with cpu usage 100% as well. For both 2 and 4 cores setup, I had to change the playback to 720 to ensure a smooth playback.
I am thinking the change if vm cores number does not get transfer to dsm, or xpenology is not coded to accommodate the change? Or once 2 cores is recognised at first setup, it will not change even 4 cores is provided after?