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Helpers for manipulating glibc schedHardwareyLocaHelperswfor)manipulating glibc sched affinity(3)

NAME
       Helpers for manipulating glibc sched affinity -

   Functions
       static inline int hwloc_cpuset_to_glibc_sched_affinity (hwloc_topology_t topology ,
	   hwloc_const_cpuset_t hwlocset, cpu_set_t *schedset, size_t schedsetsize)
       static inline int hwloc_cpuset_from_glibc_sched_affinity (hwloc_topology_t topology ,
	   hwloc_cpuset_t hwlocset, const cpu_set_t *schedset, size_t schedsetsize)

Detailed Description
Function Documentation
   static inline int hwloc_cpuset_from_glibc_sched_affinity (hwloc_topology_t topology,
       hwloc_cpuset_thwlocset, const cpu_set_t *schedset, size_tschedsetsize) [static]
       Convert glibc sched affinity CPU set schedset into hwloc CPU set. This function may be
       used before calling sched_setaffinity or any other function that takes a cpu_set_t as
       input parameter.

       schedsetsize should be sizeof(cpu_set_t) unless schedset was dynamically allocated with
       CPU_ALLOC

   static inline int hwloc_cpuset_to_glibc_sched_affinity (hwloc_topology_t topology,
       hwloc_const_cpuset_thwlocset, cpu_set_t *schedset, size_tschedsetsize) [static]
       Convert hwloc CPU set toposet into glibc sched affinity CPU set schedset. This function
       may be used before calling sched_setaffinity or any other function that takes a cpu_set_t
       as input parameter.

       schedsetsize should be sizeof(cpu_set_t) unless schedset was dynamically allocated with
       CPU_ALLOC

Author
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