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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] SUBCPUSETS: a resource control functionality using CPUSETS
Takahashi-san wrote:
> What do you think if you make cpusets for sched domain be able to
> have their siblings, which have the same attribute and share
> their resources between them.

I do not understand this question. I guess "cpusets for sched
domains" means "cpusets whose 'cpu_exclusive' attribute is
marked true, but which have no child cpusets so marked."

But even that guess I am unsure of, and the rest of the sentence
"which have the same ..." I don't even have a guess what means.

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