On Jun 25, 2010, at 9:37 AM, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > % ./utils/hwloc-ps
> I guess it just means you don't have any process bound to some proc.
Ah -- the documentation says:
hwloc-ps lists all processes currently running on the machine with their corresponding binding according to the hwloc topology.
And the man page says:
hwloc-bind - List currently running processes and their binding.
(obvious typo there s/hwloc-bind/hwloc-ps/ -- I'll fix)
...leading me to believe that hwloc-ps shows *all* processes and if any process is bound to something, it'll show what it's bound to.
Sounds like this is just a doc bug, right? If so, I can fix.
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