bind to a processor
pbind -b processor-id pid . . .
pbind -u pid . . .
pbind -q [pid . . .]
The processor_id is an integer that uniquely identifies a processor;
the pid is the process ID.
that are bound to a processor will run only on that processor,
except briefly when the
requires a resource
that only another processor can provide.
The processor may run other processes
in addition to those which are bound to it.
If there are already processes exclusively bound to the specified processor
(for example, by pexbind), the pbind command will fail.
is already bound to a different processor, the binding for that process
shall be changed to the specified processor.
is bound exclusively (for example, by pexbind) the
pbind command will fail.
Users can control only those processes they own
unless the user is a privileged user.
The options are:
specifies a processor bind operation
displays non-exclusive binding
information for the specified pids.
When no pids are specified,
pbind displays binding information
for the entire system.
removes any previous non-exclusive binding for the specified processes
The following conditions result in abnormal program termination:
The user does not have appropriate privilege.
The specified processor_id is invalid.
The specified processor has one or more LWPs exclusively bound to it.
The format of the output displayed by pbind -q may change
significantly in a future release.
Applications and shell scripts should not depend on this format.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004