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SubjectRe: CPU attachent and detachment in a running Linux system

On Mon, 11 Dec 2000 15:03:47 Heiko.Carstens@de.ibm.com wrote:
>
> Recently I had some thoughts on how to realise CPU attachment and
> detachment in a running Linux system (based on the 2.4 kernel).
>
> CPU attachment and detachment would make sense on an S/390 when there
> are several Linuxes running, each in its own logical partition. This
> way a CPU could be taken from one partition and be given to another
> partition (e.g. dependent on the current workload) on the fly without
> the need to reboot anything.
>

Perhaps the PSet project can help you, take a look at

http://isunix.it.ilstu.edu/~thockin/pset/

I think it can be a good thing, now that linux has to manage with many
CPUs. But i think it is discontinued.

--
Juan Antonio Magallon Lacarta #> cd /pub
mailto:jamagallon@able.es #> more beer

Linux werewolf 2.2.18-vm #1 SMP Mon Dec 11 02:36:30 CET 2000 i686

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