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On 07/01/11 05:46, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> Please review:
Some possible tweaks:
# Some operating systems do not systematically provide separate
# functions for CPU and Memory binding.
Is "systematically" meant to be there ? I'm not quite
sure what you mean by it in this context, sorry!
# Conversely, some operating systems support the notion of a
# "current" memory binding policy
Can I suggest adding "do" before "support", and..
# and do not permit allocating data on a specific node
change that "and" to a "but".
# without changing the current policy and allocate the data.
Should that "allocate" be "allocating" ?
# Hwloc provides both functions that set the current memory
# binding policies (if supported), and functions that allocate
# memory bound to specific node set.
Can I suggest either dropping "both" or instead saying:
$ Hwloc provides functions that both set the current memory
$ binding policies (if supported) and that allocate memory
$ bound to specific node set.
Hope that's useful!
Christopher Samuel - Senior Systems Administrator
VLSCI - Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative
Email: samuel_at_[hidden] Phone: +61 (0)3 903 55545
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