[torqueusers] numa problems

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Mon Oct 3 22:12:05 MDT 2011


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On 03/10/11 17:29, Wannes Van Causbroeck wrote:

> I guess the non-sequential core numbering is correct?

Numbering is system (and even firmware) dependent, that's
why hwloc generates logical numbering (the L# ones) to
provide a consistent view of the hardware.

Another reason I nag the Torque developers about folding in
hwloc support into Torque.. ;-)

cheers,
Chris
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