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> > Also memory, and everything else.
> so how do you hot-remove memory? locked pages don't alway go away so
> easily...

At the point you do hot-removal of memory you have to really start
to look at mapping most kernel objects virtually not physically.

> the above applies here -- if we tie a process to a specific processor
> or set of processors (there are patches which implement and IRIX
> compatible API here), how do we remove the processor?

You kill it, suspend it until the new CPU is added, or transfer it to
another CPU

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