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SubjectRe: Binding a thread (or specific process) to a designated CPU
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"Brian D. McGrew" <brian@visionpro.com> writes:

> Good morning,
>
> Using FC3 or FC4 with the 2.6.9 or later kernel, we're looking for a way
> to bind a thread (or an entire process) to a designated CPU. We're
> using dual processor systems as well as P4 with HT and Xeons so all of
> our boxes either have two CPU's or 'appear' to have two.
>
> I want to be able, in my C++ code to designate a specific thread to a
> specific processor. I've heard rumors that with the 2.6 kernel this is
> now possible???

Look into sched_setaffinity() and friends.

-Doug
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