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Author yanirh
Recipients giampaolo.rodola, paul.moore, pitrou, steve.dower, tim.golden, yanirh, zach.ware
Date 2018-03-28.14:06:57
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Yes. Both are wrong, and os.cpu_count() is completely off.
Regarding how to determine the number of physical/logical cores in my machine - well, not sure what you mean by that. I've attached a screenshot of Windows' system information. Also used 'cpu-z'.

It seems like aside from the os.cpu_count() issue, Python itself has some problem - it 'sees' only 1 CPU group. It is evident from the fact the when parallelizing, utilization level is only 25%.
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