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RE: [Xen-devel] Problems about CPU Affinity

>>> > I thought you could by specifying a list of physical CPUs?
>>> > Perhaps this
>>> > got broken by the xapi changes?
>>> No, the problem that the original post talks about, is that you can't
>>> set affinity of individual VCPU's to individual PCPU's, e.g:
>>> vcpus=2
>>> cpus=2
>>AFAIK, you used to be able to specify a list:
>> vcpus=2
>> cpus = ["2,3,4","5,6,7"]
>I tried it. It does not work.
># xm create cpus=["2,3,4","5,6,7"] vcpus=2 ./PVdomain.1
>Using config file "././PVdomain.1".
>Error: cpus = [2,3,4,5,6,7]: invalid literal for int(): [2
># xm create cpus="["2,3,4","5,6,7"]" vcpus=2 ./PVdomain.1
>Using config file "././PVdomain.1".
>Error: cpus = [2,3,4,5,6,7]: invalid literal for int(): [2

Hi Ian,

Sorry, it was my mistake.  I thought that the cpus parameter 
is able to specify a list currently. 

Could you tell me why the patch was not applied?

Best regards,

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