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  • Anonymous
    #116121 | Reply
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    Hello i ask some tips to speed-up the tests.

    i already set max cores to 48 on my workstation,

    but i see SQ use only some resources not at full trhottle.

    For example CPU# 1 is not used (leaving 24 cores not working)

    and onlt 7 GB of ram of 128 are used,



    #140775 Reply
    16 Posts

    Elsewhere on the forum you will find information about running multiple instances as opposed to a single instance using many CPUs/cores. Apparently SQ’s multithreading is not great and it works better this way.

    #140777 Reply
    328 Posts

    thank you Stef , that was also my conclusion.
    maybe sq4 will bring improvement?

    #140785 Reply
    2349 Posts



    yes, follow this thread


    Also new SQ4 should have better performance compared to SQ3

    #140898 Reply
    461 Posts



    puh what a big machine. 48 cores waoo…

    You need to start sq3.8.1 more times on the same machine to get all the cpu power.



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