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On Dec 13, 2011, at 10:48 AM, Brice Goglin wrote:
> We can get the locality for those by reading
> /sys/class/net/<name>/device/local_cpus with name=eth0 and so on. That's
> very similar to what we do for OFED. I can add a helper for these
> devices as well if needed.
That would be great. It would cover many, many people in the world (i.e., outside of those with specialty/nice network types -- ok, couldn't resist that one ;-) ).
> How do you identify these devices in your application ? by interface name ?
Yes, mostly by interface name.
How about a generic lookup? I.e., take the device name pattern (or specific string) to look for as input?
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