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You can set the number of cores used by updating buildmakejobs in the macports.conf file. By default all cores are used. buildmakejobs Number of simultaneous make jobs (commands) to use when building ports. Using “0” will cause a runtime autodetection to use all available processor cores. Default: 0 This file is in ${prefix}/etc/macports ...


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How are you so sure that there is no air being moved around? Further, when does the throttling apply - right at the start or after some time? Because at some point under high load, you will experience some throttling on basically any laptop. The only thing - depends on how familiar you are with such things - I can think of, is taking the back cover off and ...


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Your current MacBook Air has an L1 cache of 128 kB. So your guess of 10^5 bytes is not far off! The latest MacBook Air has the same amount of L1 cache, so in that respect it is the same. However, other parts of the CPU are vastly different. Note that your might see that some of these CPUs are listed as having "Smart Cache", which essentially means that ...


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Open up a Finder app session You will need access to your User library Go to Folder Containers > com.apple.mail > Data > Library > Saved Application State Go > Go To Folder and type in as shown above. Move com.apple.mail.savedState to Trash Move this folder to the trash Next, in Finder app, press down the Option key and click on Go at the ...


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