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Thu Jun 12 22:07:40 PDT 2014

available in Linux. The effects you have (which ones exactly?) are probably 
cache effects in cases that a process is running on CPU X for one timeslot, 
and running on CPU Y for the next timeslot (loosing the cache contents of CPU 

The Win32 API (sic!), and i.e. Solaris, have nice functions (see,6904,1010600,00.html) to do this, and this 
improves performances for certain scenarios (esp. 1:1 mapping of CPU-hungry 
processes). There's still much left to improve in the Linux kernel... 


Joachim Worringen - NEC C&C research lab St.Augustin
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