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Re: Processor sets, affinity, real-time extensions
jnemeth%victoria.tc.ca@localhost (John Nemeth) wrote:
> Does schedctl(1) allow you to set affinity for a process?
Yes, both for the processes and threads. See the code.
> Also, will there be a way to forcibly remove all processes from a
> processor regardless of affinity and cease scheduling any processes on
> it? I'm thinking this would be useful if you discover there is some
> kind of problem with the processor or you want to physically remove the
> processor from the machine.
Processor-sets are designed for that.
cpuctl(8) disables running of user-threads completely.
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