Home Man
Today's Posts

Linux & Unix Commands - Search Man Pages

CentOS 7.0 - man page for hwlocality_intel_mic (centos section 3)

Intel Xeon Phi (MIC) Specific Functions(3)    Hardware Locality (hwloc)    Intel Xeon Phi (MIC) Specific Functions(3)

Intel Xeon Phi (MIC) Specific Functions - Functions static inline int hwloc_intel_mic_get_device_cpuset (hwloc_topology_t topology , int idx , hwloc_cpuset_t set) static inline hwloc_obj_t hwloc_intel_mic_get_device_osdev_by_index (hwloc_topology_t topology, unsigned idx) Detailed Description Function Documentation static inline int hwloc_intel_mic_get_device_cpuset (hwloc_topology_t topology, int idx, hwloc_cpuset_tset) [static] Get the CPU set of logical processors that are physically close to MIC device whose index is idx. Return the CPU set describing the locality of the MIC device whose index is idx. Topology topology and device index idx must match the local machine. I/O devices detection is not needed in the topology. The function only returns the locality of the device. If more information about the device is needed, OS objects should be used instead, see hwloc_intel_mic_get_device_osdev_by_index(). This function is currently only implemented in a meaningful way for Linux; other systems will simply get a full cpuset. static inline hwloc_obj_t hwloc_intel_mic_get_device_osdev_by_index (hwloc_topology_ttopology, unsignedidx) [static] Get the hwloc OS device object corresponding to the MIC device for the given index. Return the OS device object describing the MIC device whose index is idx. Return NULL if there is none. The topology topology does not necessarily have to match the current machine. For instance the topology may be an XML import of a remote host. I/O devices detection must be enabled in the topology. Note: The corresponding PCI device object can be obtained by looking at the OS device parent object. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for Hardware Locality (hwloc) from the source code. Version 1.7 Sun Apr 7 2013 Intel Xeon Phi (MIC) Specific Functions(3)

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 11:06 PM.

Unix & Linux Forums Content Copyrightę1993-2018. All Rights Reserved.
Show Password