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  1. tymanthius

    Ideas on Emby VM's

    So I have emby running in an LXC container on proxmox. It has access to all 4 cores, which are single threaded (Quad core Intel Core i5-6600K). I'm not overclocked at all. I am begining to get enough simultaneous users that sometimes it has trouble. Rarely, and only w/ 4k content so far. But, I was wondering if it would be worth spinning up another VM for emby and see if that helps? I would think not, as it's the same physical CPU *UNLESS* splitting the cores, 2 per vm, would make it more efficient. But it's always good to ask around to see what people have tried/discovered.
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