gigabob wrote:We are using "5000,Most" for both CPU A and B and find that we do not have much of a release on CPU resources as we add multiple VMs running Obrut. I notice you are using levels like 800, 1500 etc. What is the difference do 800, 1000, 3000, 5000 make on the CPU consumption algortihm?
So you want
Obrut to be less demanding under different external circumstances by, for example, monitoring CPU usage? If so sorry, Obrut isn't designed to do that (adding it is a possibility), it's more for creating consistent loads. If not, may I ask what you want Obrut to do?
In regard to the CPU controls, the number is the load intensity, and it's just a number that relates to how many times the load routine is run prior to the break time of "Some", "More" or "Most", which give load breaks of approximately 900, 500 and 50 milliseconds respectively. In other words, the number is not scaled to relative CPU speed. (The load itself simply involves moving memory around in a 500KB area.) Thus, to answer your question, a higher value will result in a longer time of CPU load prior to the set load break.