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SubjectRe: cpuset - question
JaniD++ wrote:
> Hello, list
> I have tried this:
> [root@dy-xeon-1 dev]# mount -t cpuset none /dev/cpuset
> [root@dy-xeon-1 dev]# cd /dev/cpuset
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpuset]# mkdir cpus_0
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpuset]# cd cpus_0
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# /bin/echo 0 > cpus
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# /bin/echo 1 > mems
> /bin/echo: write error: Numerical result out of range
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# echo 1 >mems
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# cat mems
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# /bin/echo $$ > tasks
> /bin/echo: write error: No space left on device
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# echo $$ >tasks
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]# cat tasks
> [root@dy-xeon-1 cpus_0]#
> The google, and man pages cant help.
> What can i do?

Start by telling us what kernel and patches you run, what config option
you used, etc. Oh, and what you're trying to do...
-bill davidsen (
"The secret to procrastination is to put things off until the
last possible moment - but no longer" -me
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