plpa - Portable Linux Processor Affinity
|License:||BSD and AMDPLPA|
PLPA is an attempt to solve the problem that there are multiple API's for processor affinity within Linux. Specifically, the functions sched_setaffinity() and sched_getaffinity() have numbers and types of parameters depending on your Linux vendor and/or version of GLibc. This is quite problematic for applications attempting to use processor affinity in Linux for compile-time, link-time, and run-time reasons.
|plpa-1.3.2-4.el4.src [288 KiB]||
by Steve Traylen (2010-01-16):
- RHEL does not contain valgrind-devel as Fedora does.