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    SubjectRe: How to get number of physical CPU in linux from user space?

    On Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 01:27:00AM -0700, Martin J. Bligh wrote:
    > Define "physical CPU number" ;-) If you want to deteact which

    I mean the number of cpu chip you can count on the mother board.

    > ones are paired up, I believe that if all but the last bit
    > of the apicid is the same, they're siblings. You might have to
    > dig the apicid out of the bootlog if the cpuinfo stuff doesn't
    > tell you.

    And you are right. Those apicid, after mask out the siblings,
    are put in phys_cpu_id[] array in kernel.

    I think about look at bootlog too, but that is not a reliable
    way because bootlog might already been flush out after some
    time.

    Cheers

    Chris



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