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SubjectRe: 2.4.19pre1aa1
> SGI's CpuMemSets is supposed to do that as well. We are now able to bind a
> process to a set of memories, and soon we will be able to specify how
> strict the allocation can be. Right now, if a process is allowed to
> allocate memory from node 0, 2, and 3, it won't look outside of this set.
> The memory set granularity is smaller though, because it depends on the
> process, and the cpu (and thus the node) this process is running on.
> The CpuMemSets have been tested and are available on the Linux Scalability
> Effort sourceforge page, if you want to give it a try...

The problem with CpuMemSets is that it's mind-bogglingly
complex - I think we need something simpler ... at least
to start with.

M.

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