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CPU hotplug

Search result description:This Web page contains CPU hotplug presentations for Linux on System z.

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CPU time accounting

Search result description:CPU time accounting presentations for Linux on System z. Presentation abstract.
Limitations of tick based accounting; Accurate accounting in virtual systems ...

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Linux: Show the number of CPU cores and sockets on your system ...

Search result description:Apr 20, 2012 ... Finding the number of CPU cores on a Linux server can be challenging. The way
/proc/cpuinfo displays information makes it hard to distinguish ...

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Take charge of processor affinity

Search result description:Sep 29, 2005 ... Knowing a little bit about how the Linux 2.6 scheduler treats CPU affinity can help
you design better userspace applications. Soft affinity means ...

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The Linux on Power Community : Measuring stolen CPU cycles

Search result description:Feb 7, 2013 ... Logical CPUs: Those CPUs seen by Linux within a partition as separately
schedule'able CPUs. When SMT is on, there will be a pair of logical ...

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How to add virtual processors on a Linux on System z Server ...

Search result description:Aug 10, 2011 ... This procedure will allow you to dynamically add virtual processors to your Linux
virtual server running on z/VM in a heartbeat. Keep in mind ...

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dW:Linux:Linux for Power Architecture:What core / cpu is my process ...

Search result description:Is there a way for me to verify that my process is running on a specific core I want
it to run on? For ex, if I use numactl or XLSMPOPTS to bind my ...

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Reduce Linux power consumption, Part 3: Tuning results

Search result description:Oct 7, 2009 ... In this series, learn how to tune your Linux-based IBM System x server for ...
Static | Sets processor to highest frequency | User adjustable ...

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Monitor CPU load on pureScale (pureScale on Linux)

Search result description:Hi all, Last week during some performance tests on one of our PureData for
Transactions Systems, we were looking at the CPU load for the system during ...

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How to dynamically remove virtual processors on a Linux on System ...

Search result description:Aug 19, 2011 ... Complementing the previous post, if you need to dynamically remove the virtual
processors from the system , it is as simple as echoing a "0" to ...

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nmon performance: A free tool to analyze AIX and Linux performance

Search result description:Feb 27, 2006 ... The nmon tool is designed for AIX and Linux performance ... In addition, it does
not consume many CPU cycles, usually below two percent.

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Reduce Linux power consumption, Part 1: The CPUfreq subsystem

Search result description:Sep 15, 2009 ... In this article, let's look at how to use the Linux CPUfreq subsystem and in-kernel
governors to change the processor's operating frequency to ...

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BigFix:Deployment and Configuration:High idel CPU usage in Linux

Search result description:We have noticed that BESClient continously uses at least 2% of CPU, even on
our new, fast Dell servers. What's it doing that it requires these ...

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Fix now available for RHEL 6.3 CPU utilization (The PowerLinux ...

Search result description:Oct 11, 2012 ... By: Jenifer Hopper. Fixing CPU utilization metrics on RHEL 6.3 As reported
earlier in a blog post , the standard RHEL 6.3 kernel has issues with ...

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Reduce Linux power consumption, Part 2: General and governor ...

Search result description:Sep 23, 2009 ... In this series, learn how to tune your Linux-based IBM System x® server ... [root@
systemx cpu]# cd cpu0/cpufreq/ [root@systemx cpufreq]# ls -l ...


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