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Why does the CPU count equal two if I have four processors on my server?

About the value of CPU count: I have Domino Server 6.0.1 installed on AS/400 server with four processors. But in the "CPU count" property in the server document, I found that its value is equal to two. Should it be four? And what can I do to fix this? Thanks in advance.
Type "show stat server" at the Domino console. It might have the right number internally, but may not show it on the server document. In general, the way to update this field is to make an AdminP request do so.
This was last published in June 2003

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