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Old 2nd February 2010
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Default What is the command to control more than one processor?

I came across this command from FreeBSD, cpuset(1), and I'll like to learn what I can do to assign processes to one of two processors. I'm not sure if OpenBSD can do this because OpenBSD doesn't have strong SMP support yet.

I'll like to know if OpenBSD has something that is similar to FreeBSD's cpuset?
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Old 2nd February 2010
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I'll like to know if OpenBSD has something that is similar to FreeBSD's cpuset?
No, OpenBSD does not have an equivalent.
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