Check for NUMA within a VM guest with Powershell

Check for NUMA within a VM guest with Powershell

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I have only tested this in VMWare, but it seems to work.  I have shamelessly stole the main code from here:


I was going to use this to detect NUMA and configure a network adapter RSS based upon NUMA configuration…   But I’m getting lazy and am going to ignore it.  But I don’t want this code to go away.  So here it is.  A way to detect if you are on a NUMA system in a guest VM in Powershell.

If you have greater than “1” for the NumaNode count then NUMA is present.

CoreInfo.exe result on the same system:


One Comment

  1. Isaias Mcnamer 2018-11-23 8:36 am

    Good evening. Thank you…Great article.ഀ


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