Haiku and multiple cpu's

Hello,
Does anyone know if there are any computers for which Haiku recognizes 4 or more cpu’s ? I have only seen it indicate 2 cpu’s in the icon display, even though the Intel iMac on which I run Haiku has two double-core cpu’s. Way back in 1997 I saw a demo of BeOS running on a BeBox with 8 cpu’s. The performance was incredible. More than 16 years later Apple and Microsoft still can’t compare with that demo. I would love to get an 8 cpu machine for Haiku, or even 4.

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Do you run Haiku natively on your Intel iMac or as a VM under Parallel for instance?
Under a VM system, most often not all physical cores are virtualized by default.

If it’s natively, please consider filling a bug report with your iMac CPU specs and if possible your “syslog” content or “sysinfo” output attached.

Prekrasno ! Thanks ! It’s just what I’m looking for.
I have some concerns about the Intel i7, though.
Apparently it has a secret back door for spying.

http://armstrongeconomics.com/2013/10/24/privacy-is-becoming-a-crime-why-intel-chips-may-present-a-whole-new-risk

Hello, I run Haiku R1 alpha4 natively on my Intel iMac. Is it possible that a config file can be changed to make it recognize all 4 cores ?

Welcome to the Haiku shell.

~> sysinfo
Kernel name: kernel_x86 built on: Nov 8 2013 01:12:10 version 0x1
4 Intel Core™ i3-2330M, revision 86a7 running at 2194MHz (ID: 0x00000000 0x00000000)…

Type sysinfo in Terminal ?

sysinfo gives:

Kernel built on Nov 14, 2012

2 Intel Core 2

CPU#0 Intel Core 2 Duo cpu E7600 3.06 Gigahertz
and
CPU#1 Intel Core 2 Duo cpu E7600 3.06 Gigahertz

[quote=KantosKan]sysinfo gives:

Kernel built on Nov 14, 2012

2 Intel Core 2

CPU#0 Intel Core 2 Duo cpu E7600 3.06 Gigahertz
and
CPU#1 Intel Core 2 Duo cpu E7600 3.06 Gigahertz[/quote]

http://ark.intel.com/products/41495/ProductCollection.aspx?brand=34530&wapkw=e7600 ----- NO !!! Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology) delivers two processing threads per physical core.

http://www.haiku-files.org/unsupported-builds/x86-gcc4hybrid/haiku_unsupported-nightly-hrev46326-x86gcc4hybrid-cd.zip

Thanks. I finally realize there is only 1 CPU on that iMac, with 2 cores. Time for a new computer. I spent the whole day experimenting with that new build of alpha4, installing and comparing with the alpha4 release. It boots very nicely on my iMac, but Paladin will not install under it. I use Paladin 90% of the time. For some reason my iMac will no longer boot into alpha4 at all. It freezes after the Deskbar is launched. I eventually re-installed alpha2!