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pset_assign_pid

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NAME

pset_assign_pid - Assigns a process ID to a processor set  

SYNOPSIS

/usr/sbin/pset_assign_pid [-x] pset_id pid [pid...]


 

OPTIONS

Assigns exclusive use of the target processor set to each specified process identification number.
 

DESCRIPTION

The pset_assign_pid command assigns one or more process identification numbers to an existing processor set. The pset_id variable is a unique integer that identifies the processor set and is returned by the pset_create command. The pid variable is the process identification number, which is a unique integer that identifies the process. Each process identification number that is assigned is removed from its current processor set.

Use the -x option to assign exclusive use of the processor set. If the processor set is already in use, a message is displayed, and the command terminates without performing the assignment. If the exclusive assignment succeeds, new requests by other processes for assignments to the specified processor set (pset_id) are denied.
 

SEE ALSO

Commands:  pset_destroy(1), pset_create(1), pset_assign_cpu(1), pset_info(1)

Files:  processor_sets(4)


 

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