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here are some more thoughts:

- I'm not really familiar with virtual operations, however I expect the virtualisation widens the gap between your app's best performance and the number of physical processors even more, so I would not use the number of physical processors at all. I would rather use the number of logical processors, divided by some constant to compensate for how much of your system you want to dedicate to that app (maybe equal to the number of virtual systems).

- if your operations are not homogeneous and sometimes blocking (and assuming they have random blocking phases) but you can organize them in identical jobs, then you can add threads to execute said jobs until (a) performance no longer improves and/or (b) total CPU load reaches 100% or whatever number you want to allot to your virtual machine.

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