Oracle handles Multi-Chip Modules differently and I need to know if any of these CPUs are indeed MCM's.
Actually, if there's a list of MCMs somewhere then a link to that would be awesome.
Thanks for any and all help.
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If you are referring to multi core processors, I can confirm they are multi core units.
You can check processor specifications at ark.intel.com
Or you can filter by processor features here:
Thanks for the reply Allan. I know each of those are multi-core processors already after having reviewed various sources including Intel's web site. The Multi-Chip Module is a slightly different animal where two CPU's (with one or more cores each) are on a shared module that would occupy a single processor socket. Oracle has decided that those should be treated differently but Oracle does not have or maintain a list of MCM's and so far I cannot find that Intel has such a list either.
Thanks for the information. I am currently researching on this issue. As soon as I can, I will send you a message with my findings. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The following is the response from our engineering department:
The processor models: E5-2697, E5-2695, E5-2690 and E5-2680 are not Multi-Chip Modules. I regret to inform you that Intel does not have a list of MCM processors available on the Intel web site.
We are looking for the same information for Intel Xeon Gold 6510. Is it MCM or not? And is there any official document which we can use as evidence in case we need it?
Thanks in advance for your valuable answers.