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Re^2: Multi-kernel processors.by BrowserUk (Pope)
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The practical amount of disk-I/O throughput that your system is capable of, is always a fundamental constraint.
You're talking bollocks again!
If a process is using 100% cpu, it cannot be doing any I/O. If it is doing no I/O then I/O cannot be a constraint of any kind, let alone a fundamental one.
Why do you continue to spout such shite?
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