Le 06/08/2010 15:50, Bernd Kallies a écrit :
> when I create a cpuset manually according to cpuset(7), configuring a
> subset of cpus and mems of the machine for it, bind the current shell to
> this cpuset, and execute lstopo, then I expect that the listed topology
> shows only the resources of the cpuset. This corresponds to the default
> setting of flags of the topology context (without
> This works as expected on a machine running SLES10SP3.
> Repeating the same procedure on a similar machine running SLES11SP1
> fails. lstopo always lists the resources of the whole machine, and
> ignores the cpuset constraint. Other things like e.g. numatools report
> the expected constraint.
> Please let me know how I can assist you in alayzing the problem.
> Sincerely BK
Can you send /proc/mounts of both systems?
I fixed a problem after 1.0.2 was released , it could be related.