The max number of CPUs on DragonFly just went from 63 to 64. This is really just a side effect of preparation to move up that limit, but I am entertained by the single-digit bump.
I think it’d be cool if one of those computers that takes up entire rooms and has thousands of CPUs could run DragonFly instead of Linux.
Since you can get to 64 cores (or threads) of x86_64 in just four sockets (probably one motherboard) from either Intel or AMD, that’s probably a good thing!
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