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comment Recording with audio input MacBook Air
If you're like me and don't know your way around the mac, first screenshot is in apple icon > about this mac > overview tab > system report.
May
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comment How can I ensure that exactly one process is running on a given processor/core?
@Breakthrough: these are good ideas. However, I think the ideal case is to disallow new programs from being launched / intercept launching of programs so that before they run their affinity is set. I don't know how to do THAT though. If it's polling, the program may run for x amount of time on multiple processors, which defeats the purpose to some extent.
May
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comment How can I ensure that exactly one process is running on a given processor/core?
+1, I have not used linux much. Would it be possible to use cpusets to set the active executables to exist in only one specific processor?
May
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comment How can I ensure that exactly one process is running on a given processor/core?
@Shinrai: what did you end up doing? Would autoitv3 have worked for you?
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comment How can I ensure that exactly one process is running on a given processor/core?
+1 That might work but it's not really what I was looking for. I guess I'm just a control freak.
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