Noted. Thanks. Unfortunately, in my case the cluster is a basic Linux
cluster without any job schedulers.
On 18 August a2013 02:30, John Hearns <hearnsj_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> For information, if you use a batch system such as PbsPro or Torque it can
> be configured to set up the cpuset for a job and start the job within the
> cpuset. It will also destroy the cpuset at the end of a job.
> Highly useful for job cpu binding as you day and also if you have a
> machine running many separate jobs where cpusets help isolate jobs and help
> allocate resources.