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I tried Taskset.
But it is working well only for the applications and not for the kernel functions!!!
That's the idea, push all the application to the second core and let the kernel have the first core to itself. Since it's currently not possible to relocate the kernel (as it has no PID and lives in ram) then the next logical thing to do is to move everything else out of the core the CPU is running on.