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Yes of course:
hwloc_cpuset_t set = hwloc_bitmap_alloc();
int return_value = hwloc_get_last_cpu_location(topology, set,
printf( " bitmap_string: %s \n", bitmap_string);
converted in binary:
So, CPU 0 I suppose, but is not where i bound my thread .. :(
2011/8/10 Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault_at_[hidden]>
> Gabriele Fatigati, le Wed 10 Aug 2011 15:29:43 +0200, a écrit :
> > hwloc_obj_t core = hwloc_get_obj_by_type(topology, HWLOC_OBJ_MACHINE, 0);
> > int return_value = hwloc_get_last_cpu_location(topology, core->cpuset,
> > HWLOC_CPUBIND_THREAD);
> > and now in "core->cpuset" I get the new cpuset bitmap, where
> > runs. Is it right?
> Err, yes, but why using core->cpuset?? Giving it as parameter to
> hwloc_get_last_cpu_location will only overwrite its content with the
> content returned by hwloc_get_last_cpu_location (which is forbidden, see
> the documentation of the cpuset field).
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