Each XEON cpu core is often 70 or 100 PVU points

Planning Analytics 2.0.9
Microsoft Windows 2019 Server

How many PVU is the CPU on my virtual TM1 server?

You can in Task Manager on the CPU tab, see number of sockets and number of cores.

Check the number of sockets, if is less than or equal too 2 then each CPU CORE is 70 points.

In some cases the Windows 2019 task manager does not show correct number of sockets, so check the server hardware – what server are you running the virtual servers on? Then check that hardware, what number of sockets they have. For example, if you have a HPE ProLiant BL460c Gen9 server, check here


says it are Upgradeable to two (2) processors. Then we assume it have 2 sockets max.
This mean that each cpu core in task manager is 70 pvu points.
A windows server with 4 cpu cores will then be 280 pvu points.

Check your contract for lines like this;  IBM Planning Analytics Local TM1 Server for Non-Production Environment Processor Value Unit (PVU) Annual SW Subscription & Support Renewal to see how many PVU points you can spend on your server.

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