CPU Priority

The amount of CPU resource a VM is given is the CPU priority (you can think of this as its “share percentage” multiplied by the number of cores allocated to that VM. 
 

1 CPU = 2.4 Ghz
CPU Priority 100% = 2.4 Ghz / 2400 Mhz
CPU Priority 50% = 1.2 Ghz / 1200 Mhz
CPU Priority 25% = 0.6 Ghz / 600 Mhz
CPU Priority 10% = 0.24 Ghz / 240 Mhz
CPU Priority 1% = 0.024 Ghz / 24 Mhz

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