When you use schedulers in instances of SQL Server 2017 to map to individual processors, portability and performance differ between a Windows-based system and a Linux-based system.
This problem may occur because SQL Server scheduler mappings to a physical core or logical-processor can differ between Windows and Linux implementations for the same underlying system if hyper-threading (HT) is turned on.
This condition affects portability and performance. In Windows, the two adjacent schedulers (even/odd) map to adjacent logical processors on the same core. In Linux, the schedulers may map to logical processors on two adjacent cores. This may unintentionally affect performance and the decision-making process for thread assignment to schedulers.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.