A question I received this week from a customer. Hi Chris, Is there a way to find on which processor a process is executing?
If I’ve used binprocessor, ps –emo THREAD, would show which processor a
process is bound too. But when that’s not been used, what are the options? The ps command will
only help if we bind a process to a specific CPU. For example, here we can see
that the bootpd process has been
bound (and then un-bound) on processor 3: # bindprocessor -q The available processors are: 0 1 2 3 # bindprocessor 8585302 3 ... [More]