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Fix #2459: qm: Make info about core limit clear

'assigning' could also mean that creating a VM with more cores than physically
available is impossible. However, this is not the case. Using 'starting'
instead is more precise and still easy to understand.

Signed-off-by: Dominic Jäger <d.jaeger@proxmox.com>
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@@ -283,8 +283,8 @@ is greater than the number of cores on the server (e.g., 4 VMs with each 4
cores on a machine with only 8 cores). In that case the host system will
balance the Qemu execution threads between your server cores, just like if you
were running a standard multithreaded application. However, {pve} will prevent
you from assigning more virtual CPU cores than physically available, as this will
only bring the performance down due to the cost of context switches.
you from starting VMs with more virtual CPU cores than physically available, as
this will only bring the performance down due to the cost of context switches.

[[qm_cpu_resource_limits]]
Resource Limits

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