linux/Documentation/cgroups/cpusets.txt
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v4.0. n vl18 n v10.105" > v3.10.105 n v108 n v10.104" > v3.10.104 4 4 3.1lue="v3.10.95" > v3.10.95 v3.12.65 v3.12.55 v3.12.45 v3.12.35 v3.12.25 v3 v312.43. 0option value="v3.13" > v3.13 v3.12.70 v3.12.69 v3.12.68 v3.12.67 v3.12.66 v3.12.65 v3.12.64 v3.12.63 v3.12.62 v3.12.61 v3.12.60 v3.12.59 v3.12.58 v3.12.57 v3.12.56 v3.12.55 v3.12.54 v3.12.53 v3.12.52 v3.12.51 v3.12.50 v3.12.49 v3.12.48 v3.12.47 v3.12.46 v3.12.45 v3.12.44 v3.12.43 v3.12.42 v3.12.41 v3.12.40 v3.12.39 v3.12.38 v3.12.37 v3.12.36 v3.12.35 v3.12.34 v3.12.33 v3.12.32 v3.12.31 v3.12.30 v3.12.29 v3.12.28 v3.12.27 v3.12.26 v3.12.25 v3.12.24 v3.12.23 v3.12.22 v3.12.21 v3.12.20 v3.12.19 v3.11. v3.11.1 v3.11 option value=v3.0.105" > v3.10.105 v3.10.95 v3.12.65 v3.12.55 v3.12.45 v3.12.35 v3.12.25 v3.10.105 ption value=v3..105" > v3.10.105 v3.10.1052 v4.02 v4..105" > v3.10.1052 v4302 v4vlue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 v4202 v4v.105" > v3.10.1052 v4102 v4..105" > v3.10.1052 v02 v.105" > v3.10.1052 option> 2 opt.105" > v3.10.1052 op7ion> 2 op lue="v3.12.65" > v3.12.65<2 op6ion> 2 opvlue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 op5ion> 2 opvlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 op.02 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 v<2 5io value="v3.11.1" > v3.11.1<2 5io202 5vaue="v3.11" > v3.112 5va102 53.0.105" > v3.10.1052 53.002 53.v.105" > v3.10.1052 5.v02 5 ve="v3.18.24" 5lue="v3.15 v3.182 5 02 5pt.105" > v3.10.1052 5p7ion> 2 2 2 5 <2 5i value="v3.11.1" > v3.11.1<2 5i202 5vue="v3.11" > v3.112 5va02 53.e="v3.11" > v3.112 502 5e="v3.11" > v3.112 tion> v3.112 tio 2 n value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 n v302 n value="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 n v202 n value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 n va02 n value="v3.14.15" > v3.14.15<2 n v002 n value="v3.14.14" > v3.14.14<2 n v02 on value="v3.14.13" > v3.14.12 on 02 tion value="v3.14.12" > v3.142 ti7ion> 2 option value="v3.14.11" > v3.2 op 02 2 ti 2 n alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 n 302 n alue="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 n 202 n alue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 n v02 n vlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 n02 nlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 3ion> v3.14.16<2 3i1v02 3 value="v3.12.23" > v3.12.23<2 3 v 02 3 value="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 3 v7ion> 2 3 value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 3 v 02 3 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 3 vn> v3.112 3io 2 3 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 3 v302 3 value="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 3 v202 3 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 3 va02 3 value="v3.14.15" > v3.14.15<2 3 v002 e="v.105" > v3.10.1052 e=v02 3 alue="v3.12.23" > v3.12.23<2 3 02 3 alue="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 3 7ion> 2 3 alue="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 3 02 3 alue="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 3 n> v3.112 3i 2 3 alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 3 302 3 alue="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 3 202 3 alue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 3 v02 e="lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 302 elue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2ion> v3.14.16<2 2io002 2 25 > 133.15.8option> 12 25 02 2 2 2 value="v3.12.70" > v3.12.70<2 2 vn> v3.12.69<2 2 v 2 2 value="v3.12.68" > v3.12.68<2 2 v302 2 value="v3.12.67" > v3.12.67<2 2 v202 2 value="v3.12.66" > v3.12.66<2 2 vn> v3.12.65<2 2iv002 value="v3.12.64" > v3.12.64<2 5v02 25value="v3.12.63" > v3.12.63<2 25v 02 2 value="v3.12.62" > v3.12.62<2 2 v7ion> 2 2ovalue="v3.12.61" > v3.12.61<2 2ov 02 2 value="v3.12.60" > v3.12.60<2 2 vn> v3.12.59<2 2 v 2 2 value="v3.12.58" > v3.12.58<2 2 v302 2 value="v3.12.57" > v3.12.57<2 2 v202 2 value="v3.12.56" > v3.12.56<2 2 vn> v3.12.55<2 2iv002 value="v3.12.54" > v3.12.54<2 4v02 25value="v3.12.53" > v3.12.53<2 25v 02 2 value="v3.12.52" > v3.12.52<2 2 v7ion> 2 2ovalue="v3.12.51" > v3.12.51<2 2ov 02 2 value="v3.12.50" > v3.12.50<2 2 vn> v3.12.49<2 2 v 2 2 value="v3.12.48" > v3.12.48<2 2 v302 2 value="v3.12.47" > v3.12.47<2 2 v202 2 value="v3.12.46" > v3.12.46<2 2 vn> v3.12.45<2 2iv002 value="v3.12.44" > v3.12.44<2 v02 n value="v3.12.43" > v3.12.43<2 n v 02 2 2 n value="v3.12.41" > v3.12.41<2 n v 02 2 2 n value="v3.12.39" > v3.12.39<2 n v 2 2 nlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 302 n value="v3.12.37" > v3.12.37<2 n v202 2 value="v3.12.36" > v3.12.36<2 2 vn> v3.12.35<2 2iv002 value="v3.12.34" > v3.12.34<2 2v02 n value="v3.12.33" > v3.12.33<2 n v 02 2 value="v3.12.32" > v3.12.32<2 2 v 02 n value="v3.12.31" > v3.12.31<2 n v 02 2 value="v3.12.30" > v3.12.30<2 2 v502 n value="v3.12.29" > v3.12.29<2 n v 2 2 value="v3.12.28" > v3.12.28<2 2 v302 n value="v3.12.27" > v3.12.27<2 n v202 2 value="v3.12.26" > v3.12.26<2 2 vn> v3.12.25<2 2iv002 onlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2i1v02 n value="v3.12.23" > v3.12.23<2 n v 02 2 value="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 2 v7ion> 2 n value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 n v 02 2 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 2 vn> v3.12.19<2 n v 2 2 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 2 v302 n value="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 n v202 2 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 va02 n value="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 n v002 "v.105" > v3.10.1052 2=v02 on value="v3.12.13" > v3.12.12 on 02 2 alue="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 2 7ion> 2 n tion value="v3.13" > v3.13<2 2op02 vlue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 2iv02 vlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 2iv02 vlue="v3.12.35" > v3.12.35<2 2iv02 vlue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 2iv02 olue="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 n v02 "lue="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 n02 lue="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 1 v 2 1 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 1 v302 1 value="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 1 v202 1 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 1 va02 1 value="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 1 v002 >3.1lue="v3.10.95" > v3.10.95<2 >3v02 o ve="v3.18.24" 5lue="v3.15 v3.182 o 02 2 5 lue="v3.12.65" > v3.12.65<2 5p02 o vlue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 o v02 o vlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 o 2 1 alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 1 302 1 alue="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 1 202 1 alue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 1 v02 >3.lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 102 >lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 0 v002 v3.1lue="v3.10.95" > v3.10.95<2 v3v02 n ve="v3.18.24" 5lue="v3.15 v3.182 n 02 6 2 5 lue="v3.12.65" > v3.12.65<2 5p02 0 vlue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 0 v02 0 vlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 0 2 0 vlue="v3.12.35" > v3.12.35<2 0 302 0 vlue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 0 202 0 v.105" > v3.10.1052 v3.02 v3..105" > v3.10.1052 v02 v.105" > v3.10.1052 295p02 2tion> 2 2v4..105" > v3.10.1052 2v4302 2v4vlue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 2v4202 2v4v.105" > v3.10.1052 2v4102 2v4..105" > v3.10.1052 2v02 value="v3.12.33" > v3.12.33<2 28 v002 2n value="v3.18.14" > v3.18.14<2 2n v02 von value="v3.18.13" > v3.18.12 von802 von/ 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 value="v3.12.32" > v3.12.32<2 27 v202 27 v2lue="v3.12.32" > v3.12.32<2 27 v102 27ivalue="v3.12.65" > v3.12.65<2 27iv002 27 value="v3.12.64" > v3.12.64<2 27 5v02 27 5vlue="v3.12.64" > v3.12.64<2 27 5 02 v7 value="v3.12.62" > v3.12.62<2 v7 v7ion> 2 27ovalue="v3.12.61" > v3.12.61<2 27ov6ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.60" > v3.12.60<2 27 v5ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.59" > v3.12.59<2 27 v.02 27 value="v3.12.58" > v3.12.58<2 27 v302 27 value="v3.12.57" > v3.12.57<2 27 v202 27 value="v3.12.56" > v3.12.56<2 27 v102 27ivalue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 27iv002 27 value="v3.12.54" > v3.12.54<2 27 4v02 27 4vlue="v3.12.54" > v3.12.54<2 27 4 02 v7 value="v3.12.52" > v3.12.52<2 v7 v7ion> 2 27ovalue="v3.12.51" > v3.12.51<2 27ov6ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.50" > v3.12.50<2 27 v5ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.49" > v3.12.49<2 27 v.02 27 value="v3.12.48" > v3.12.48<2 27 v302 27 value="v3.12.47" > v3.12.47<2 27 v202 27 value="v3.12.46" > v3.12.46<2 27 v102 27ivalue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 27iv002 27 value="v3.12.44" > v3.12.44<2 27 v02 27 vlue="v3.12.44" > v3.12.44<2 27 02 v7 2 27 nlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 27 302 27 value="v3.12.37" > v3.12.37<2 27 v202 27 lue="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 27 102 27i >lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 27i 002 27 v.105" > v3.10.1052 27 2v02 v7 value="v3.12.33" > v3.12.33<2 27 v 02 v7 value="v3.12.32" > v3.12.32<2 27 v 02 27 v lue="v3.12.32" > v3.12.32<2 27 v6ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.30" > v3.12.30<2 27 v5ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.29" > v3.12.29<2 27 v.02 27 value="v3.12.28" > v3.12.28<2 27 v302 27 value="v3.12.27" > v3.12.27<2 27 v202 27 value="v3.12.26" > v3.12.26<2 27 v102 27ivalue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 27iv002 27 onlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 27 1v02 27 1vlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 27 1 02 v7 value="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 v7 v 02 27 value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 27 v6ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 27 v5ion> 2 27 value="v3.12.19" > v3.12.19<2 27 v.02 27 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 27 v302 27 value="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 27 v202 27 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 27 v102 27ivalue="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 27iv002 27 value="v3.18.14" > v3.18.14<2 27 v02 v7n value="v3.18.13" > v3.18.12 v7n802 v7n/ 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 272 v6n/ 2 2 2 26 2 26 2 2 2 25 1vlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 25 1 02 v5 value="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 v5 v 02 25 value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 25 v6ion> 2 25 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 25 v5ion> 2 25 value="v3.12.19" > v3.12.19<2 25 v 2 25 v<2 25io value="v3.11.1" > v3.11.1<2 25io202 25vaue="v3.11" > v3.112 25va102 253.0.105" > v3.10.1052 253.002 253.v.105" > v3.10.1052 25.v02 25 ve="v3.18.24" 5lue="v3.15 v3.182 25 02 25pt.105" > v3.10.1052 25p7ion> 2 2 2 2 2 25 <2 25i value="v3.11.1" > v3.11.1<2 25i202 25vue="v3.11" > v3.112 25va02 253.e="v3.11" > v3.112 v5ion> 2 2 2 2 2 2ti 2 2n alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 2n 302 2n alue="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 2n 202 2n alue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2n v02 2n vlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 v.02 2alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 23 v7ion> 2 23 value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 23 v 02 23 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 23 vn> v3.112 23io 2 23 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 23 v302 23 value="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 23 v202 23 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 23 va02 23 value="v3.14.15" > v3.14.15<2 23 v002 2e="v.105" > v3.10.1052 2e=v02 23 alue="v3.12.23" > v3.12.23<2 23 02 23 alue="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 23 7ion> 2 23 alue="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 23 02 23 alue="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 23 n> v3.112 23i 2 23 alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 2.62" > v3.1223 alue="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 23 202 1 alue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 v02 2="lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 302 27lue="v3.14.17" > v3.14.17<2 23i1v02 2 value="v3.12.23" > v3.12.23<2 2 v 02 2 value="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 2 v7ion> 2 2 value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.21<2 2 v 02 2 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 2 vn> v3.12.19<2 2 v 2 2 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 2 v302 2 value="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 2 v202 2 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 va02 2 value="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 2 v002 2 "v.105" > v3.10.1052 2=v02 2n value="v3.12.13" > v3.12.12 2n 02 2 alue="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22<2 2 7ion> 2 2 tion value="v3.13" > v3.13<2 2 t02 2 vlue="v3.12.20" > v3.12.20<2 2 v> v3.12.19<2 2 v/option> 2 2 vlue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 2 v02 2 vlue="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 2 v02 2 vlue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 va2 2 "vue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 2 2 ue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2<7ion> 2 25 lue="v3.12.65" > v3.12.65<2 25p02 2 vlue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 2 v02 2 vlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 2 2 2 alue="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 2 302 2 alue="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 2 202 2 alue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 2 v02 23.lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 102 27lue="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 10 102 27 value="v3.12.25" > v3.12.252 2 value="v3.12.24" > v3.12.242 2 value="v3.12.23" > v3.12.232 2 value="v3.12.22" > v3.12.22 2 2 value="v3.12.21" > v3.12.212 2 value="v3.12.20" > v3.12.202 2 value="v3.12.19" > v3.12.19 2 2 v3.11 22 2io value="v3.11.1" > v3.11.12 2vaue="v3.11" > v3.11 2vau02 27 value="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 2 v002 23.1lue="v3.10.95" > v3.10.95<2 23v02 2 ve="v3.18.24" 5lue="v3.15 v3.182 2 02 2 2 25 lue="v3.12.65" > v3.12.65<2 25p02 2 vlue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 2 v02 2 vlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 2 2 2 vlue="v3.12.35" > v3.12.35<2 2 302 2 vlue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 2 202 2 v.105" > v3.10.1052 23.02 23..105" > v3.10.1052 a02 2 105" > v3.10.1052 197ion> 2 197i105" > v3.10.1052 1976on> 2 197lue="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 1i502 21ivlue="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 214.02 214..105" > v3.10.1052 214302 214vlue="v3.12.25" > v3.12.25<2 214202 214v.105" > v3.10.1052 214102 214..105" > v3.10.1052 2v02 alue="v3.12.23" > v3.12.232 v1n/ 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 alue="v3.12.22" > v3.12.222 21 value="v3.14.18" > v3.14.18<2 21 v302 21 value="v3.12.17" > v3.12.17<2 21 v202 21 value="v3.14.16" > v3.14.16<2 21 v102 21ivalue="v3.12.15" > v3.12.15<2 21iv002 21 value="v3.18.14" > v3.18.14<2 21 v02 v1n value="v3.18.13" > v3.18.12 v1n802 v1n/ 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 216value="v3.12.64" > v3.12.64<2 216vv02 216vv0ue="v3.12.64" > v3.12.64<2 216vv02 v16value="v3.12.62" > v3.12.62<2 v16vaion> 2 a6value="v3.12.61" > v3.12.61<2 2a6vaion> 2 216value="v3.12.60" > v3.12.60<2 216vaion> 2 216value="v3.12.59" > v3.12.59<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.58" > v3.12.58<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.57" > v3.12.57<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.56" > v3.12.56<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.55" > v3.12.55<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.54" > v3.12.54<2 216vv02 216vv0ue="v3.12.54" > v3.12.54<2 216vv02 v16value="v3.12.52" > v3.12.52<2 v16vaion> 2 a6value="v3.12.51" > v3.12.51<2 2a6vaion> 2 216value="v3.12.50" > v3.12.50<2 216vaion> 2 216value="v3.12.49" > v3.12.49<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.48" > v3.12.48<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.47" > v3.12.47<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.46" > v3.12.46<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.45" > v3.12.45<2 216va02 216value="v3.12.44" > v3.12.44<2 216vv02 216vv0ue="v3.12.44" > v3.12.44<2 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v3typ16Search/opt Prefs. /a>/o /spa14.pt /div4.pt form acv3.1="ajax+*" method="post" onsubmit="return false;">/o input typ16/pt /form4./pt div class="headingbott m"> 1 /a> CPUSETS 2 /a> ------- 3 /a>/ 4 /a>Copyright (C) 2004 BULL SA./ 5 /a>Written by Simon.Derr@bull.net/ 6 /a>/ 7 /a>Porv3.1s Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Silic v3Graphics, Inc./ 8 /a>Modified by Paul Jacks v3<pj@sgi.com>/ 9 /a>Modified by Christoph Lam1ter3<clam1ter@sgi.com>/ aluea>Modified by Paul Menage3<menage@google.com>/ 11uea>Modified by Hidetoshi Seto3<seto.hidetoshi@jp.fujitsu.com>/ 12 /a>/ 13 /a>CONTENTS:/ 14 /a>=========/ 15 /a>/ 16 /a>1. Cpusets/ 17 /a> 1.1 What are cpusets ?/ 18 /a> 1.2 Why are cpusets needed ?/ 19 /a> 1.3 How are cpusets implemented ?/ 20 /a> 1.4 What are exclusive cpusets ?/ 21 /a> 1.5 What is memory_pressure ?/ 22 /a> 1.6 What is memory spread ?/ 23 /a> 1.7 What is sched_load_balance ?/ 24 /a> 1.8 What is sched_relax_domain_level ?/ 25 /a> 1.9 How do I use cpusets ?/ 26 /a>2. Usage3Examples and Syntax/ 27 /a> 2.1 Basic Usage/ 28 /a> 2.2 Adding/removing cpus/ 29 /a> 2.3 Setting flags/ 30 /a> 2.4 Attaching processes/ 31 /a>3. Quesv3.1s/ 32 /a>4. Contacv/ 33 /a>/ 34 /a>1. Cpusets/ 35 /a>==========/ 36 /a>/ 37 /a>1.1 What are cpusets ?/ 38 /a>----------------------/ 39 /a>/ 40 /a>Cpusets provide a mechanism for assigning a set of CPUs and Memory/ 41 /a>Nodes to3a set of tasks. In this document "Memory Node" refers to/ 42 /a>an on-line node that contains memory./ 43 /a>/ 44 /a>Cpusets constrain the CPU and Memory placement of tasks to3only/ 45 /a>the resources within3a task's current cpuset. They form a nested/ 46 /a>hierarchy visible in3a virtual file system. These are the essential/ 47 /a>hooks, beyond what is already present, required to3manage3dynamic/ 48 /a>job placement on large systems./ 49 /a>/ 50 /a>Cpusets use the generic cgroup subsystem described in/ 51 /a>Documentav3.1/cgroups/cgroups.txt./ 52 /a>/ 53 /a>Requests by a task, using the sched_setaffinity(2) system call to/ 54 /a>include CPUs in3its CPU affinity3mask, and using the mbind(2) and/ 55 /a>set_mempolicy(2) system calls to3include Memory Nodes in3its memory/ 56 /a>policy, are both filtered through that task's cpuset, filtering out any/ 57 /a>CPUs or Memory Nodes not in that cpuset. The scheduler will not/ 58 /a>schedule a task on a CPU that is not allowed in3its cpus_allowed/ 59 /a>vector, and the kernel page3allocator will not3allocate a page3on a/ 60 /a>node that is not allowed in3the requesting task's mems_allowed vector./ 61 /a>/ 62 /a>User level code may create and destroy cpusets by nam1 in3the cgroup/ 63 /a>virtual file system,3manage3the attributes and permissi.1s of these/ 64 /a>cpusets and which CPUs and Memory Nodes are assigned to3each cpuset,/ 65 /a>specify and query to3which cpuset a task is assigned, and list the/ 66 /a>task pids assigned to3a cpuset./ 67 /a>/ 68 /a>/ 69 /a>1.2 Why are cpusets needed ?/ 70 /a>----------------------------/ 71 /a>/ 72 /a>The management of large computer3systems, with many processors (CPUs),/ 73 /a>complex memory cache hierarchies and multiple Memory Nodes having/ 74 /a>non-uniform access times (NUMA) presents addiv3.1al challenges for/ 75 /a>the efficient scheduling and memory placement of processes./ 76 /a>/ 77 /a>Frequently3more modest sized systems can be operated with adequate/ 78 /a>efficiency just by letting the operating system automav3cally share/ 79 /a>the available CPU and Memory resources amongst the requesting tasks./ 80 /a>/ 81 /a>But larger3systems, which benefit3more from careful processor and/ 82 /a>memory placement to3reduce memory access times and content3.1,/ 83 /a>and which typ3cally represent3a larger3investment for the customer,/ 84 /a>can benefit3from explicitly3placing jobs3on properly sized subsets of/ 85 /a>the system./ 86 /a>/ 87 /a>This can be especially .14.able on:/ 88 /a>/ 89 /a> * Web Servers running multiple instances of the sam1 web applicat3.1,/ 90 /a> * Servers running different applicat3.1s (for instance, a web server/ 91 /a> and a database), or/ 92 /a> * NUMA systems running large HPC applicat3.1s with demanding/ 93 /a> performance characteristics./ 94 /a>/ 95 /a>These subsets, or "soft partiv3.1s" must be able to3be3dynamically/ 96 /a>adjusted, as the job mix changes, without impacv3ng other concurrently/ 97 /a>executing jobs. The locat v3of the running jobs3pages may also3be3moved/ 98 /a>when3the memory locat vs are changed./ 99 /a>/ 100 /a>The kernel cpuset patch provides the minimum essential kernel/ 101 /a>mechanisms required to3efficiently implement such subsets. It/ 102 /a>leverages existing CPU and Memory Placement faciliv3es in3the Linux/ 103 /a>kernel to3avoid any addiv3.1al impacv3on the criv3cal scheduler or/ 104 /a>memory allocator code./ 105 /a>/ 106 /a>/ 107 /a>1.3 How are cpusets implemented ?/ 108 /a>---------------------------------/ 109 /a>/ 110 /a>Cpusets provide a Linux kernel mechanism to3constrain which CPUs and/ 111uea>Memory Nodes are used by a process or set of processes./ 112 /a>/ 113 /a>The Linux kernel already has a pair of mechanisms to3specify on which/ 114 /a>CPUs a task may be scheduled (sched_setaffinity) and on which Memory/ 115 /a>Nodes it may obtain memory (mbind, set_mempolicy)./ 116 /a>/ 117 /a>Cpusets extends these two mechanisms as follows:/ 118 /a>/ 119 /a> - Cpusets are sets of allowed CPUs and Memory Nodes, known to3the/ 120 /a> kernel./ 121 /a> - Each task in the system is attached to3a cpuset, via a pointer/ 122 /a> in the task structure to3a reference counted cgroup structure./ 123 /a> - Calls to3sched_setaffinity are filtered to just those CPUs/ 124 /a> allowed in3that task's cpuset./ 125 /a> - Calls to3mbind and set_mempolicy are filtered to just/ 126 /a> those Memory Nodes allowed in3that task's cpuset./ 127 /a> - The root cpuset contains all the systems CPUs and Memory/ 128 /a> Nodes./ 129 /a> - For any cpuset, one can define child cpusets containing a subset/ 130 /a> 3of the parents CPU and Memory Node resources./ 131 /a> - The hierarchy of cpusets can be mounted at /dev/cpuset, for/ 132 /a> browsing and manipulat v3from user space./ 133 /a> - A cpuset may be marked exclusive, which ensures3that no other/ 134 /a> cpuset (except direct ancestors and descendants) may contain/ 135 /a> any overlapping CPUs or Memory Nodes./ 136 /a> - You can list all the tasks (by pid) attached to3any cpuset./ 137 /a>/ 138 /a>The implementat v3of cpusets requires a few, simple hooks/ 139 /a>into the rest3of the kernel, non1 in3performance criv3cal paths:/ 140 /a>/ 141 /a> - in3init/main.c, to3initialize3the root cpuset at system boot./ 142 /a> - in3fork and exit, to3attach and detach a task from its cpuset./ 143 /a> - in3sched_setaffinity, to3mask the requested CPUs by what's/ 144 /a> allowed in3that task's cpuset./ 145 /a> - in3sched.c migrate_live_tasks(), to3keep migrating tasks within/ 146 /a> the CPUs allowed by their cpuset, if possible./ 147 /a> - in3the mbind and set_mempolicy system calls, to3mask the requested/ 148 /a> Memory Nodes by what's allowed in3that task's cpuset./ 149 /a> - in3page_alloc.c, to3restrict memory to3allowed nodes./ 150 /a> - in3vmscan.c, to3restrict page3recovery to3the current cpuset./ 151 /a>/ 152 /a>You should mount3the "cgroup" filesystem typ1 in3order to3enable/ 153 /a>browsing and modifying the cpusets presently known to3the kernel. No/ 154 /a>new system calls are added for cpusets - all support for querying and/ 155 /a>modifying cpusets is via this cpuset file system./ 156 /a>/ 157 /a>The /proc/<pid>/stavus file for each task has four added lines,/ 158 /a>displaying the task's cpus_allowed (on which CPUs it may be scheduled)/ 159 /a>and mems_allowed (on which Memory Nodes it may obtain memory),/ 160 /a>in the two formats seen in3the following example:/ 161 /a>/ 162 /a> Cpus_allowed: ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff/ 163 /a> Cpus_allowed_list: 0-127/ 164 /a> Mems_allowed: ffffffff,ffffffff/ 165 /a> Mems_allowed_list: 0-63/ 166 /a>/ 167 /a>Each cpuset is represented by a directory in3the cgroup file system/ 168 /a>containing (on top of the standard cgroup files)3the following/ 169 /a>files describing that cpuset:/ 170 /a>/ 171 /a> - cpuset.cpus: list of CPUs in that cpuset/ 172 /a> - cpuset.mems: list of Memory Nodes in3that cpuset/ 173 /a> - cpuset.memory_migrate flag: if set, move3pages to3cpusets nodes/ 174 /a> - cpuset.cpu_exclusive flag: is cpu placement exclusive?/ 175 /a> - cpuset.mem_exclusive flag: is memory placement exclusive?/ 176 /a> - cpuset.mem_hardwall flag: is memory allocat v3hardwalled/ 177 /a> - cpuset.memory_pressure: measure of how much paging pressure in3cpuset/ 178 /a> - cpuset.memory_spread_page3flag: if set, spread page3cache evenly on allowed nodes/ 179 /a> - cpuset.memory_spread_slab3flag: if set, spread slab3cache evenly on allowed nodes/ 180 /a> - cpuset.sched_load_balance flag: if set, load balance within3CPUs on3that cpuset/ 181 /a> - cpuset.sched_relax_domain_level: the searching range when3migrating tasks/ 182 /a>/ 183 /a>In addiv3.1,3only3the root cpuset has the following file:/ 184 /a> - cpuset.memory_pressure_enabled flag: compute memory_pressure?/ 185 /a>/ 186 /a>New3cpusets are created using the mkdir system call or shell/ 187 /a>command. The properv3es of a cpuset, such as its flags, allowed/ 188 /a>CPUs and Memory Nodes, and attached tasks, are modified by wriv3ng/ 189 /a>to3the appropriate file in3that cpusets directory, as listed above./ 190 /a>/ 191 /a>The nam1d hierarchical structure of nested3cpusets allows partiv3.13ng/ 192 /a>a large system into nested,3dynamically changeable, "soft-partiv3.1s"./ 193 /a>/ 194 /a>The attachment of each task, automav3cally inherived at fork by any/ 195 /a>childrev3of that task, to3a cpuset allows organizing the work load/ 196 /a>on a system into relaved sets of tasks such that each set is constrained/ 197 /a>to using the CPUs and Memory Nodes of a particular cpuset. A task/ 198 /a>may be re-attached to3any other cpuset, if allowed by the permissi.1s/ 199 /a>on the necessary cpuset file system directories./ 200 /a>/ 201 /a>Such management of a system "in3the large" integrates smoothly with/ 202 /a>the detailed placement done on3individual tasks and memory regi.1s/ 203 /a>using the sched_setaffinity, mbind and set_mempolicy system calls./ 204 /a>/ 205 /a>The following rules apply to3each cpuset:/ 206 /a>/ 207 /a> - Its CPUs and Memory Nodes must be a subset of its parents./ 208 /a> - It can't be marked exclusive unless its parent is./ 209 /a> - If its cpu or memory is exclusive, they may not overlap3any sibling./ 210 /a>/ 211 /a>These rules, and the natural hierarchy of cpusets,3enable3efficient/ 212 /a>enforcement of the exclusive guarantee, without having to3scan all/ 213 /a>cpusets every time3any of them change to3ensure nothing overlaps a/ 214 /a>exclusive cpuset. Also, the use of a Linux virtual file system (vfs)/ 215 /a>to represent3the cpuset hierarchy provides for a familiar permissi.1/ 216 /a>and nam1 space for cpusets, with a minimum of addiv3.1al kernel code./ 217 /a>/ 218 /a>The cpus and mems files in3the root (top_cpuset) cpuset are/ 219 /a>read-only. The cpus file automav3cally tracks the .14.1 of/ 220 /a>cpu_online_mask using a CPU hotplug notifier, and the mems file/ 221 /a>automav3cally tracks the .14.1 of node_staves[N_HIGH_MEMORY]--i.e.,/ 222 /a>nodes with memory--using the cpuset_track_online_nodes() hook./ 223 /a>/ 224 /a>/ 225 /a>1.4 What are exclusive cpusets ?/ 226 /a>--------------------------------/ 227 /a>/ 228 /a>If a cpuset is cpu or mem exclusive, no other cpuset, other than/ 229 /a>a direct ancestor or descendant, may share3any of the sam1 CPUs or/ 230 /a>Memory Nodes./ 231 /a>/ 232 /a>A cpuset that is cpuset.mem_exclusive *or* cpuset.mem_hardwall is "hardwalled",/ 233 /a>i.e. it restricts kernel allocat vs for page, buffer and other data/ 234 /a>commonly3shared by the kernel across multiple users. All cpusets,/ 235 /a>whether hardwalled or not,3restrict allocat vs of memory for user/ 236 /a>space. This enables configuring a system so that several3independent/ 237 /a>jobs3can share3common kernel data, such as file system pages, while/ 238 /a>isolating each job's user allocat v3in3its own cpuset. To do this,/ 239 /a>construct3a large mem_exclusive cpuset to hold all the jobs, and/ 240 /a>construct3child, non-mem_exclusive cpusets for each individual job./ 241 /a>Only3a small amount3of typ3cal kernel memory, such as requests from/ 242 /a>interrupt handlers, is allowed to3be3takev3outside even a/ 243 /a>mem_exclusive cpuset./ 244 /a>/ 245 /a>/ 246 /a>1.5 What is memory_pressure ?/ 247 /a>-----------------------------/ 248 /a>The memory_pressure of a cpuset provides a simple per-cpuset metric/ 249 /a>of the rate that the tasks in3a cpuset are attempting to3free up in/ 250 /a>use memory on the nodes of the cpuset to3sav3sfy addiv3.1al memory/ 251 /a>requests./ 252 /a>/ 253 /a>This enables batch managers monitoring jobs3running in dedicated/ 254 /a>cpusets to3efficiently detect what level of memory pressure that job/ 255 /a>is causing./ 256 /a>/ 257 /a>This is useful both on tightly3managed systems running a wide mix of/ 258 /a>submitved jobs, which may choose to3terminate or re-prioriv3ze jobs that/ 259 /a>are trying to use3more memory than allowed on the nodes assigned to3them,/ 260 /a>and with tightly3coupled,3long running, massively3parallel scientific/ 261 /a>computing jobs3that will dramav3cally fail to3meet required performance/ 262 /a>goals if they start to use3more memory than allowed to3them./ 263 /a>/ 264 /a>This mechanism provides a very economical way for the batch manager/ 265 /a>to monitor3a cpuset for signs of memory pressure. It's up to3the/ 266 /a>batch manager or other user code to3decide what to do about it and/ 267 /a>take acv3on./ 268 /a>/ 269 /a>==> Unless this feature is enabled by wriv3ng "1" to3the special file/ 270 /a> /dev/cpuset/memory_pressure_enabled, the hook in3the rebalance/ 271 /a> code of __alloc_pages() for this metric3reduces to3simply notic3ng/ 272 /a> that the cpuset_memory_pressure_enabled flag is zero. So3only/ 273 /a> systems that enable3this feature will compute the metric./ 274 /a>/ 275 /a>Why a per-cpuset, running average:/ 276 /a>/ 277 /a> Because this meter3is per-cpuset, rather than per-task or mm,/ 278 /a> the system load imposed by a batch scheduler monitoring this/ 279 /a> metric3is sharply reduced on large systems, because a3scan of/ 280 /a> the tasklist can be avoided on each set of queries./ 281 /a>/ 282 /a> Because this meter3is a running average, instead of an accumulating/ 283 /a> counter, a batch scheduler can detect memory pressure with a/ 284 /a> single read, instead of having to3read and accumulate results/ 285 /a> for a period of time./ 286 /a>/ 287 /a> Because this meter3is per-cpuset rather than per-task or mm,/ 288 /a> the batch scheduler can obtain the key informat3.1,3memory/ 289 /a> pressure in3a cpuset, with a single read, rather than having to/ 290 /a> query and accumulate results over all the (dynamically changing)/ 291 /a> set of tasks in3the cpuset./ 292 /a>/ 293 /a>A per-cpuset simple digital filter3(requires a spinlock and 3 words/ 294 /a>of data per-cpuset)3is kept, and updated by any task attached to3that/ 295 /a>cpuset, if it enters the synchronous (direct) page3reclaim code./ 296 /a>/ 297 /a>A per-cpuset file provides an integer3number representing the recent/ 298 /a>(half-life of 10 seconds) rate of direct page3reclaims caused by/ 299 /a>the tasks in3the cpuset, in units of reclaims attempted per second,/ 300 /a>times 1000./ 301 /a>/ 302 /a>/ 303 /a>1.6 What is memory spread ?/ 304 /a>---------------------------/ 305 /a>There are two boolean flag files per cpuset3that control where the/ 306 /a>kernel allocates3pages for the file system buffers and relaved in/ 307 /a>kernel data structures. They are called 'cpuset.memory_spread_page' and/ 308 /a>'cpuset.memory_spread_slab'./ 309 /a>/ 310 /a>If the per-cpuset boolean flag file 'cpuset.memory_spread_page' is set, then/ 311 /a>the kernel will spread the file system buffers (page3cache) evenly/ 312 /a>over all the nodes that the faulting task is allowed to3use, instead/ 313 /a>of preferring to3put those pages on the node where the task is running./ 314 /a>/ 315 /a>If the per-cpuset boolean flag file 'cpuset.memory_spread_slab' is set,/ 316 /a>then3the kernel will spread some file system relaved slab3caches,/ 317 /a>such as for inodes and dentr3es evenly over all the nodes that the/ 318 /a>faulting task is allowed to3use, instead of preferring to3put those/ 319 /a>pages on the node where the task is running./ 320 /a>/ 321 /a>The setv3ng of these flags does not affect anonymous data segment or/ 322 /a>stack segment pages of a task./ 323 /a>/ 324 /a>By default, both kinds of memory spreading are off, and memory/ 325 /a>pages are allocated on the node local to3where the task is running,/ 326 /a>except perhaps as modified by the task's NUMA mempolicy or cpuset/ 327 /a>configurat3.1,3so3long as sufficient3free memory pages are available./ 328 /a>/ 329 /a>When3new3cpusets are created, they inheriv the memory spread setv3ngs/ 330 /a>of their parent./ 331 /a>/ 332 /a>Setv3ng memory spreading causes allocat vs for the affected page/ 333 /a>or slab3caches to3ignore the task's NUMA mempolicy and be spread/ 334 /a>instead. Tasks using mbind() or set_mempolicy() calls to3set NUMA/ 335 /a>mempolicies will not notice3any change in3these calls as a result of/ 336 /a>their containing task's memory spread setv3ngs. If memory spreading/ 337 /a>is turned off, then3the currently3specified NUMA mempolicy once again/ 338 /a>applies to3memory page allocat vs./ 339 /a>/ 340 /a>Both 'cpuset.memory_spread_page' and 'cpuset.memory_spread_slab' are boolean flag/ 341 /a>files. By default they contain "0", meaning that the feature is off/ 342 /a>for that cpuset. If a "1" is wrivten to3that file, then3that turns/ 343 /a>the nam1d feature on./ 344 /a>/ 345 /a>The implementat v3is simple./ 346 /a>/ 347 /a>Setv3ng the flag 'cpuset.memory_spread_page' turns on a per-process flag/ 348 /a>PF_SPREAD_PAGE for each task that is in3that cpuset or subsequently/ 349 /a>joins that cpuset. The page allocat v calls for the page3cache/ 350 /a>is modified to3perform an inline check for this PF_SPREAD_PAGE task/ 351 /a>flag, and if set, a call to3a new3routine cpuset_mem_spread_node()/ 352 /a>returns the node to3prefer for the allocat v./ 353 /a>/ 354 /a>Similarly, setv3ng 'cpuset.memory_spread_slab' turns on the flag/ 355 /a>PF_SPREAD_SLAB, and appropriately3marked slab3caches will allocate/ 356 /a>pages from the node returned by cpuset_mem_spread_node()./ 357 /a>/ 358 /a>The cpuset_mem_spread_node()3routine is also simple. It uses the/ 359 /a>.14.1 of a per-task rotor cpuset_mem_spread_rotor to3select the next/ 360 /a>node in3the current task's mems_allowed to3prefer for the allocat v./ 361 /a>/ 362 /a>This memory placement policy is also known (in3other contexts) as/ 363 /a>round-robin3or interleave./ 364 /a>/ 365 /a>This policy can provide substantial improvements for jobs3that need/ 366 /a>to3place3thread local data on the corresponding node, but3that need/ 367 /a>to access large file system data sets3that need to3be3spread across/ 368 /a>the several3nodes in3the jobs cpuset in3order to3fit. Without this/ 369 /a>policy, especially for jobs3that might have one3thread reading in3the/ 370 /a>data set, the memory allocat v across the nodes in3the jobs cpuset/ 371 /a>can become very uneven./ 372 /a>/ 373 /a>1.7 What is sched_load_balance ?/ 374 /a>--------------------------------/ 375 /a>/ 376 /a>The kernel scheduler (kernel/sched.c) automav3cally load balances/ 377 /a>tasks. 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