Paul Jackson wrote:
> Max K wrote:
>> I like the concept of the "boot" set. But we still need a separate "system"
>> flag. Users should not have to move cpu back into the "boot" set to allow for
>> kernel (irqs, etc) activity on it. And it's just more explicit and clear that way.
> Good point -- a "boot" cpuset might be 4 CPUs out of 256 CPUs, just for running
> the classic Unix load (daemons, init, login, ...). But irq's might need to go
> to most CPUs, except for some (dare I use the word) isolated CPUs.
btw Can you send me those init scripts that you mentioned. ie Those that
create "boot" set from userspace.