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pset_info

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NAME

pset_info - Displays processor set information  

SYNOPSIS

/usr/sbin/pset_info


 

DESCRIPTION

The pset_info command displays information about processor sets and the processors that are assigned to each set. Note that a stopped processor is not a member of any processor set, and its processor set identification number is specified as -1. Also, depending on the machine architecture, processors may not be numbered consecutively. That is, a four-processor system may not have a processor with the number 3.
 

NOTES

If a processor or processor set is queried while it is in transition (for example, processor set destruction or processor assignment), an error may be returned from the kernel. Running the command a second time will result in normal behavior.
 

EXAMPLES

The following is an example of the output of the pset_info command:

number of processor sets on system = 2

pset_id # cpus # pids # threads load_av created
  0         1        26       63        0.90     09/21/1994 17:48:42
  6         1        1        4         0.21     09/21/1994 23:33:37

total number of processors on system = 3

cpu # running boot_cpu pset_id assigned_to_pset
 0          1         1       0     09/21/1994 17:48:42
 1          1         0       6     09/21/1994 23:34:06
 2          0         0        -1   09/21/1994 17:48:42


 

SEE ALSO

Commands:  pset_assign_cpu(1), pset_assign_pid(1), pset_create(1), psradm(8)

Files:  processor_sets(4)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
NOTES
EXAMPLES
SEE ALSO

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