Meta Tester does not recognize the second CPU cores/threads

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rpcastro1979
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rpcastro1979  

Hi there,


I am setting up a local network farm to be used on Meta Tester, it is a dual socket PC with 2 Intel Xeon of 8 cores each, so a total of 16 cores (32 threads).

When I use the Strategy Tester on MT5 I get the 16 cores (32 threads) as expected, but I when I use the Meta Tester to set up the agents to be used on the network it only shows 8 cores (16 threads).

It is like the Meta Tester does not recognize the second CPU cores/threads.


Any help?


Tks.

Kenneth Parling
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Kenneth Parling  
rpcastro1979:

Hi there,


I am setting up a local network farm to be used on Meta Tester, it is a dual socket PC with 2 Intel Xeon of 8 cores each, so a total of 16 cores (32 threads).

When I use the Strategy Tester on MT5 I get the 16 cores (32 threads) as expected, but I when I use the Meta Tester to set up the agents to be used on the network it only shows 8 cores (16 threads).

It is like the Meta Tester does not recognize the second CPU cores/threads.


Any help?


Tks.

I think only one cpu/network accepted. If you have 20 cpu on your home network i think only one will be allowed....not sure and i suggest you read more about this from the page you downloaded it

rpcastro1979
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rpcastro1979  

"i suggest you read more about this from the page you downloaded it"


You mean the page I downloaded MT5? This is so specific information to be there. It is not there.

Kenneth Parling
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Kenneth Parling  
rpcastro1979:

"i suggest you read more about this from the page you downloaded it"


You mean the page I downloaded MT5? This is so specific information to be there. It is not there.

maybe this helps https://cloud.mql5.com/en/faq

Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the Distributed Computing MQL5 Cloud Network
Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the Distributed Computing MQL5 Cloud Network
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MQL5 Cloud Network is a distributed computing cloud network. It means that computing tasks are distributed among the scores of computers registered in that network. In case you need to perform plenty of calculations that can be parallelized, you can enter the network and distribute your task among all spare CPU capacities. You can find...
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