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Old 01-23-2017, 03:00 PM   #1
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Question Where is SLIT info found on RHEL 6.8 system?

How can I verify on my NUMA architecture machine the SLIT (System Locality Information Table) information?

My reference tech paper says a fully populated SLIT is used by the kernel to move pages in and out of memory. But, I need to determine what the SLIT info is or know how best to make changes.

So far, I have not found a /proc or /sys or /dev location that will tell me that info.

Anyone know, have some experience doing this?
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Guessing here:-

Maybe try the locate command, find, or the whereis command.

locate system locality information table
OR Try:
whereis system locality information table
find system locality information table
I'm not sure if changes can be made as SLIT can only be 'enabled' or 'disabled'.

If that doesn't help maybe the commands in this article will give you a readout?

I gave it my best:-


memory, pages

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