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> Most of the CPU affinity patches you see were written before
> cpus_allowed. They go through all sorts of trouble to do what the OS
> now does on its own. If you want to change CPU affinity then you just
> need a patch that adds a syscall or proc interface for setting the
> cpus_allowed mask.

I'm still porting pset to 2.4. It is more robust than cpus_allowed and
does more. My plan is to do away with cpus_allowed altogether, and just
provide a compat with pset, but if enough stuff uses cpus_allowed, perhaps
I'll have to leave it..

http://www.hockin.org/~thockin/pset

2.4.x patch not up yet
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