Can LSP support processing on more then 1 CPU?

burner

Full time elf
Joined
Nov 2, 2011
Messages
315
I'm watching the task manager utilize 1 out of the 4 CPU cores on my machine. I have set processor affinity (defaulted to on anyway), but can only see 25% use by LSP. Is there a way for it to use a 2nd CPU?
 

AAH

I love blinky lights :)
Community project designer
Joined
Dec 27, 2010
Messages
3,516
Location
Eaglehawk
Just out of curiosity what version of LSP and is it on 32 bit or 64 bit?
 

burner

Full time elf
Joined
Nov 2, 2011
Messages
315
Windows 7 and the latest version of LSP (64bit) on an i5 CPU with 8gb RAM. I can see it bounce up to around 6gb of ram when trying to import a nutcracker userpattern.xml file.
 

fasteddy

I have C.L.A.P
Global moderator
Joined
Apr 26, 2010
Messages
6,645
Location
Albion Park NSW
LSP uses all 4 of my cores but only a single thread per core and I can see this when using the processor monitor. I use Win7 64 bit with 16gb ram and LSP will use most of that with very large sequences.
The curent version offered on the LSP website also supports multicore. I would ensure you have the letest version installed as you may have a version from earlir last year.
 

burner

Full time elf
Joined
Nov 2, 2011
Messages
315
Just grabbed the latest LSP (mine was the previous version), but hasn't made any difference. Looking at the resource monitor, I see 20 threads and 25 CPU (which is a %) when doing something major, and it redline's.
 
Top