In the vein of awesome software releases (ahem…), Hardware Locality (hwloc) v1.2.1 has been released. As the “.1” implies,
There was a great comment chain on my prior post (“Unexpected Linux Memory Migration“) which brought out a
I learned something disturbing earlier this week: if you allocate memory in Linux to a particular NUMA
Core counts are going up. Cisco’s C460 rack-mount server series, for example, can have up to 32
At long last, we have released a stable, production-quality version of Hardware Locality (hwloc). Yay!
If you’ve missed all
Traffic. It’s a funny thing. On my daily drive to work, I see (what appear to be) oddities and