[Libvir] CPU pinning of domains at creation time
veillard at redhat.com
Thu Oct 18 08:50:31 UTC 2007
On Thu, Oct 18, 2007 at 10:10:59AM +0900, Saori Fukuta wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Oct 2007 10:53:17 -0400 Daniel Veillard wrote:
> > On Thu, Oct 11, 2007 at 10:45:44AM -0500, Ryan Harper wrote:
> > > I think we should support the same cpuset notation that Xen supports,
> > > which means including ranges (1-4) and negation (^1). These two
> > > features make describing large ranges much more compact.
> > Enclosed is a rewrite of the cpuset notations, which can plug as
> > a replacement for the current code in xend_internals, it should support
> > the existing syntax currently used to parse xend topology strings,
> > and also alllow ranges and negation. It's not as a patch but as a
> > standlone replacement program which can be used to test (in spirit
> > of the old topology.c one from Beth).
> > I guess that's okay, check the test output (and possibly extend the
> > test cases in tests array), It tried to think of everything including
> > the weird \\n python xend bug and the 'no cpus' in cell cases.
> > Just dump tst.c in libvirt/src, add $(INCLUDES) to the
> > $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -I../include -o tst tst.c .... line and run
> > make tst
> > ./tst
> > and check the output (also enclosed),
> > The parsing is done in a slightly different way, but that should
> > not change the output,
> I checked the test output. It seems work fine to me !
> And also, how about this one for specifying "all" as an input ?
All is the default, i.e. you don't specify a cpumap in the
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