Re: linux equivalent
Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2004 19:15:12 GMT
> Actually following interfaces are found in Solaris.
> But these functions are not supported on Linux.
> pset_assign(2) - manage sets of processors
> pset_bind(2) - bind LWPs to a set of processors
> pset_create(2) - manage sets of processors
> pset_destroy(2) - manage sets of processors
> pset_getattr(2) - set or get processor set attributes
> pset_info(2) - get information about a processor set
> pset_list(2) - get list of processor sets
> pset_setattr(2) - set or get processor set attributes
> Does linux provide any equivalent interfaces which can
> be used instead of these interfaces?
GNU libc provides an interface to get the number of processors and to
bind processes and threads to a set of processors:
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