cpuset

Allows manipulation of cpusets on system and provides higher level functions

Cpuset is a Python application to make using the cpusets facilities in the Linux kernel easier. The actual included command is called cset and it allows manipulation of cpusets on the system and provides higher level functions such as implementation and control of a basic CPU shielding setup.

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