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 Take Charge of Processor Affinity

Knowing a little bit about how the Linux 2.6 scheduler treats CPU affinity can help you design better userspace applications. Soft affinity means that processes do not frequently migrate between processors, whereas hard affinity means that processes run on processors you specify.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Tue Oct 4, 2005 )

  


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