Why is there not a high load limit for more cores?
Most of the LET providers I have used or looked into do not allow a higher load limit on plans that have a higher number of cores. Regardless if one is one a 4 core plan or on a 2 core plan, often both plans seem to have the same restriction on server load.
This is confusing because, a server load of 1.0 with one core, is somewhat equivalent to a server load of 2.0 with two cores. I know this is not completely true because there are resources like IO that affects the load regardless of cpu cores. Nonetheless, one would think there would be a bit higher load limits on a with more cores because the user is renting more of the host machine. I am not suggesting a 4 core VPS should be allowed 4x the amount of load, but perhaps a bit more than the VPS plan with 1 core.
What I am missing? Or is the above too much to ask for a LEB?