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What are the recommendations around assigning vCPU's to virtual guests. I've read a lot about vmware recommending to not use multiple vCPU's per virtual guest unless it`s really required. Are there any specific guidelines on how to allocate vCPU's? This question is from the Microsoft...
Why does increasing the number of VCPUs beyond those of phyical CPUs lead to poor performance?