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SubjectRe: a nohup-like interface to cpu affinity
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On Tue, 2001-11-27 at 01:32, Linux maillist account wrote:

> It's isn't quite the same..the biggest difference is races.

Then you can set the affinity on your shell before executing the
process. :)

But, OK OK -- I see your point. It would make for a handy utility, and
it has some necessary uses (i.e., the race issue you brought up).

Question now is, what interface to do we export to userspace.

Robert Love

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