No, there is no such limit. If you have 128cores, the cpuset string will
As long as you have less than 1024 cores, everything should work fine.
For more than 1024, you'll need to rebuild with a manual change in the
source code, or wait for hwloc 1.1.
On 14/05/2010 23:51, Jirka Hladky wrote:
> Thanks Samuel!!
> The data looks fine. hwloc rocks.
> I assume
> option (lstopo command)
> is not supported on such systems, right?
> My understanding is that cpuset masks works only upto 64 cores. Is it correct?
> On Friday 14 May 2010 08:06:12 pm Samuel Thibault wrote:
>> Jeff Squyres, le Fri 14 May 2010 09:09:44 -0400, a écrit :
>>> I believe that Brice / Samuel (the two main developers) have tested hwloc
>>> on an old Altix 4700 with 256 itanium cores.
>>> I don't have their exact results, and I don't see them on IM right now,
>>> so I don't know if they're around today or not...
>> It was tested on a 256 core itanium machine, see
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