Re: Binding a process to a specific processor.
From: Andreas Stahel (sha_at_hta-bi.bfh.ch)
Date: 30 Oct 2003 08:41:12 +0100
email@example.com (Brian D. McGrew) writes:
> The issue that we're having is that when we start our main program, it
> starts all of the sub processes and they get assigned to a processor
> at random (dual processors). I need to know, if there is a way to
> assign a specific program to a specific process. We're using C++,
There is an article in Linux Journal (July 2003) by Robert Love on
"CPU Affinity" on exactely this topic.
But I dare asking: are you sure that this is the right approach?
There are good reasons to lock a process to one CPU, but I do not see
one of those reasons in yuor problem.
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