How to display the correct number of CPU in the dashboard


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How to display the correct number of CPU in the dashboard

If additional cores or CPU's have been added to your Expedition but the number of CPU's is not updating in the UI, use the below steps to display the correct number.


$sudo rm /home/userSpace/environmentParameters.php


After remove that file go the GUI and Refresh. A new file will be generated with the current hardware. That means you have to add more hardware before removing that file.

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