[torqueusers] numa problems

David Beer dbeer at adaptivecomputing.com
Tue Oct 4 09:13:11 MDT 2011



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> On 03/10/11 17:29, Wannes Van Causbroeck wrote:
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> > 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.. ;-)
> 

Hwloc is now in TORQUE, but only for the 4.0 code. Once we put it in, everyone that wants to use cpusets has to use hwloc, and so it was decided to put it in the 4.0 code. 

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