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lxd-benchmark: Change the default count of containers from 100 to 1 #4074
Someone reported the same thing in the past. The suggestion was to tweak it to be -1 and then have -1 cause the value to be twice the number of CPU cores or something along those lines.
That should make the benchmark value still vaguely useful out of the box and not run people out of memory or CPU.
I think it would be tricky to get it right (to have count > 1) considering all sorts of computers that run Ubuntu. There are octa-core developer boards with microSD storage and there are 96-core (those Caviums) SoCs.
I propose either,