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    Has anyone here had any experiance (good, bad, otherwise) with Zimbra's performance in a Hyperthreaded environment?

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    I have a dual P4 2.4 Xeon server with Hyperthreading and Zimbra installed on it, I've not noticed any problems with it.
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    We've not seen any problems with it, and use it pretty extensively here.

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    Aside from the lack of problems, has anyone noticed a difference in performance with hyperthreading enabled versus disabled?

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Not being a Linux purist I run KDE on my zimbra server and the only problem (if you can call it that) is that the gui becomes slightly sluggish after a period of time. I don't see any performance problems other than the gui one, what actually causes it is a mystery to me at the moment and I have disabled hyperthreading recently and the sluggishness hase gone away.. My server isn't up 24/7 at the moment but it will be moving to a new connection shortly where I'll be able to do some more monitoring/testing.
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