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SubjectRe: [PATCH] syscall interface for cpu affinity
On Fri, Mar 15, 2002 at 02:06:04PM -0800, Stephen Samuel wrote:
> >
> > int sched_set_affinity(int which, int who, unsigned int len,
> > unsigned long *new_mask_ptr);
> >
> > with who one of {PRIO_PROCESS,PRIO_PGRP,PRIO_USER} and which according
> > to the value of who.

Uh, who/which should be just the other way round in the description
(but not in the prototype). Sorry.

> I soule suggest that the order be
>
> int sched_set_affinity(int who, int which, unsigned int len,
> unsigned long *new_mask_ptr);
>
> This would have the {p,pg}id be the first thing that a programmer
> would see (likely more important than the 'which'.).

See my correction above, does that address your concern?

Andreas
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