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Old 07-28-2007, 11:22 PM   #1
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Getting core id, physical id of running process

Hi All,

I need a help. I need to know:

1. the individual core id, physical id of a running process on multicore inside a program. The system file /proc/cpuinfo shows all the ids of all the processes. But I need to know runtime, what exact core id and physical id , the running process has.

2. On Intel Clovertown Quad Core processor, how to know runtime which processes are sharing L2 cache.

I shall be thankful to you for your helpful reply.


Debraj De


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