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cpu_cores-py is a small python library to get the number of'real physical' cpu cores of a linux/osx box

Project description

What is it ?

cpu_cores is small python library and utility to get the number of “physical” cpu cores (without hyperthreading logical cores) of a linux/osx box.

On Linux, this is not an easy task because of hyperthreaded logical cores included in /proc/cpuinfo. Please, read carefully this excellent post to understand why.

Special features

  • support Linux (well tested) and OSX (needs some extra tests files), easy to extend to support other OS
  • unit tests (> 90% coverage)
  • python2 and python3 support
  • no dependencies

Usage

See the README for more details.

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