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KCPUSET(9)             NetBSD Kernel Developer's Manual             KCPUSET(9)

kcpuset, kcpuset_create, kcpuset_destroy, kcpuset_clone, kcpuset_copy, kcpuset_use, kcpuset_unuse, kcpuset_copyin, kcpuset_copyout, kcpuset_zero, kcpuset_fill, kcpuset_set, kcpuset_clear, kcpuset_isset, kcpuset_isotherset, kcpuset_iszero, kcpuset_match, kcpuset_intersect, kcpuset_merge, kcpuset_remove, kcpuset_ffs, kcpuset_ffs_intersecting, kcpuset_countset, kcpuset_atomic_set, kcpuset_atomic_clear, kcpuset_atomicly_intersect, kcpuset_atomicly_merge, kcpuset_atomicly_remove, kcpuset_export_32 -- dynamic kernel CPU sets
#include <sys/kcpuset.h> void kcpuset_create(kcpuset_t **retkcp, bool zero); void kcpuset_destroy(kcpuset_t *kcp); void kcpuset_clone(kcpuset_t **retkcp, const kcpuset_t *skcp); void kcpuset_copy(kcpuset_t *dkcp, const kcpuset_t *skcp); void kcpuset_use(kcpuset_t *kcp); void kcpuset_unuse(kcpuset_t *kcp, kcpuset_t **lst); int kcpuset_copyin(const cpuset_t *ucp, kcpuset_t *kcp, size_t len); int kcpuset_copyout(kcpuset_t *kcp, cpuset_t *ucp, size_t len); void kcpuset_zero(kcpuset_t *kcp); void kcpuset_fill(kcpuset_t *kcp); void kcpuset_set(kcpuset_t *kcp, cpuid_t cpu); void kcpuset_clear(kcpuset_t *kcp, cpuid_t cpu); bool kcpuset_isset(const kcpuset_t * kcp, cpuid_t cpu); bool kcpuset_isotherset(const kcpuset_t * kcp, cpuid_t cpu); bool kcpuset_iszero(const kcpuset_t *kcp); bool kcpuset_intersecting_p(const kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); bool kcpuset_match(const kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); void kcpuset_intersect(kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); void kcpuset_merge(kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); void kcpuset_remove(kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); cpuid_t kcpuset_ffs(const kcpuset_t *kcp); cpuid_t kcpuset_ffs_intersecting(const kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); int kcpuset_countset(const kcpuset_t *kcp); void kcpuset_atomic_set(kcpuset_t *kcp, cpuid_t cpu); void kcpuset_atomic_clear(kcpuset_t *kcp, cpuid_t cpu); void kcpuset_atomicly_intersect(kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); void kcpuset_atomicly_merge(kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); void kcpuset_atomicly_remove(kcpuset_t *kcp1, const kcpuset_t *kcp2); void kcpuset_export_u32(const kcpuset_t *kcp, uint32_t *bitfield, size_t len);
The machine-independent kcpuset subsystem provides support for dynamic processor sets. Conceptually kcpuset can be understood to be the kernel equivalent of the user space cpuset(3) interface.
kcpuset_create(retkcp, zero) The kcpuset_create() function creates a dynamic CPU set and stores the result to retkcp. If the boolean zero is not false, the allocated set is also initialized to zero. kcpuset_destroy(kcp) Destroys the CPU set kcp and schedules any linked CPU sets for deferred destruction. kcpuset_copy(dkcp, skcp) Copies the CPU set pointed by skcp to dkcp. kcpuset_clone(retkcp, skcp) Creates a dynamic CPU set and stores the result to retkcp and copies the CPU set pointed by skcp to the new CPU set. kcpuset_use(kcp) Marks kcp as being in use by increasing the reference count of the object. Note that initially kcpuset_create() sets the ref- erence count to 1. kcpuset_unuse(kcp, lst) Decreases the internal reference count of kcp, and on the last reference (when the count reaches zero), destroys kcp. If lst is not NULL, then instead of destroying, kcp will be added to the lst list for a deferred destruction. kcpuset_copyin(ucp, kcp, len) Copies the len bytes long user-space CPU set ucp to the kernel CPU set kcp. kcpuset_copyout(kcp, ucp, len) Copies the kernel CPU set kcp to the user-space CPU set ucp. kcpuset_zero(kcp) Clears the set kcp. kcpuset_fill(kcp) Fills the whole set kcp with ones. kcpuset_set(kcp, cpu) Adds cpu to the set kcp. kcpuset_clear(kcp, cpu) Removes cpu from the set kcp. kcpuset_isset(kcp, cpu) Returns true if cpu is part of the CPU set kcp. kcpuset_isotherset(kcp, cpu) Returns true if there any CPUs other than cpu in the CPU set kcp. kcpuset_iszero(kcp) Returns true if the set kcp is empty. kcpuset_match(kcp1, kcp2) Compares the sets kcp1 and kcp2, returning true if these are identical. kcpuset_intersect(kcp1, kcp2) Removes any CPU not set in kcp2 from the set kcp1. kcpuset_merge(kcp1, kcp2) Merges the set kcp2 to the set kcp1. kcpuset_remove(kcp1, kcp2) Removes any CPU present in kcp2 from the set kcp1. kcpuset_ffs(kcp) Returns the lowest numbered cpu present in kcp plus 1. If kcp is empty, a value of 0 is returned. kcp kcpuset_ffs_intersecting(kcp1, kcp2) Returns the lowest numbered cpu present in the intersection of kcp1 and kcp2 plus 1. If the intersection is empty, a value of 0 is returned. kcpuset_countset(kcp) Counts how many CPUs are in the set kcp. kcpuset_atomic_set(kcp, cpu) The kcpuset_atomic_set() function operates as kcpuset_set(), but the operation is atomic; see atomic_ops(3) for more details. kcpuset_atomic_clear(kcp, cpu) Removes cpu from the CPU set kcp atomically. kcpuset_atomicly_intersect(kcp1, kcp2) The kcpuset_atomicly_intersect() function operates as kcpuset_intersect(), but the operation is performed using atomic operations; see atomic_ops(3) for more details. kcpuset_atomicly_merge(kcp1, kcp2) The kcpuset_atomicly_merge() function operates as kcpuset_merge(), but the operation is performed using atomic operations; see atomic_ops(3) for more details. kcpuset_atomicly_remove(kcp1, kcp2) The kcpuset_atomicly_remove() function operates as kcpuset_remove(), but the operation is performed using atomic operations; see atomic_ops(3) for more details. kcpuset_export_u32(kcp, bitfield, len) Exports the CPU set kcp into a format of 32-bit integer array, specified by bitfield and length in bytes by len. An integers is in the host byte-order and represents a bit field. The first bit at index zero represents CPU number 0, and so on.
The kcpuset subsystem is implemented within sys/kern/subr_kcpuset.c.
The kcpuset subsystem first appeared in NetBSD 6.0. NetBSD 9.0 July 17, 2013 NetBSD 9.0
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