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Java Doubt about process migration

Hello experts,

My doubt is, shall we move process from one node to another node..?
This will be need when the cpu running on max load.

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That's kind of the question -- does it really need to move? Why?

The usual problem is forcing a process to not move, because doing so costs time and cache bandwidth. Pinning a long-running intensive process to one CPU can be a good improvement in performance to not just itself but other things on the system.
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