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Old 10-03-2012
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Java Doubt about process migration

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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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