-2 Selects/assigns one of the CPUs available on the system. If other ActCAD processes are running, it finds a CPU with the least ActCAD processes running. If no ActCAD processes are active, it selects a random CPU from the list of available CPUs on the system. This setting works best if you want to run multiple ActCADs on a server. For example, if you have a 16CPU server you could run 16 ActCAD’s and each would run on a different CPU.
-1 Uses all available CPUs. This is a good default for a dedicated desktop machine as it will use all available CPUs.
0 Uses whatever CPU mask is set to our process on launch.
1 Default If other ActCAD processes are running, it chooses from all available CPUs on the system to find a CPU with the least ActCAD processes running. This is different than the -2 setting because if no ActCAD processes are active, it selects a random CPU from the list of CPUs that were originally assigned to our process on launch.
2…64 Sets ActCAD to utilize the number of CPUs specified. If greater than the number of CPUs available on the system, it uses all available CPUs. This setting lets you specifically control which CPUs are used by ActCAD. For example, if you are running 4 ActCADs on a 16 CPU server you could assign 4 different CPUs to each of those ActCAD instances. Or if you are running a dedicated 8 core desktop machine but do not want ActCAD to talk all CPUs you could assign 4 CPUs to ActCAD and leave additional CPUs available for other applications.
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