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How to Run Program or Process on Specific CPU Cores on Linux

As multi-core CPUs become increasingly popular on server-grade hardware as well as end-user desktop PCs or laptops, there have been growing efforts in the community (e.g., new programming models, compiler or operating system support) towards developing applications optimized for multi-core architecture. One operating system (OS) support often exploited to run performance-critical applications on multi-core processors […]
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