On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 08:40:03AM +0000, WANG Cheng D wrote:
Dear all, I want my container to run on the third CPU core and I define this by the following xml scrpits: <vcpu placement="static" cpuset="3">1</vcpu> When I run my application in a container terminal, I can see the application runs on the third core as expected. When I run my application using lxc-enter-namespace, the CPU pinning doesn't take effect, i.e., the application runs on a core which isn't the third one.
I'm not expert on lxc namespaces, but looking at the code I think that virDomainLxcEnterNamespace() just doesn't care about such settings. It does not put the PID created into the cgroup of that container nor does it put anywhere else.
How can I solve this problem?
I'm thinking of patching this part, but unsure what the right approach should be it feels like guessing. Could you create a bug for this issue, so we can track, please? In the meantime, I think it would work if you set the affinity of your process which is calling virDomainLxcEnterNamespace() before and restore it afterwards. Martin
Any replies are highly appreciated. Cheng
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