Questions tagged [numa]

Non-Uniform Memory Access is what it stands for. For x86 architectures this is the method used to handle memory architectures where each processor has local memory and accessing another processor's memory is appreciably more expensive.

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AMD 24 core server memory bandwidth

I need some help to determine whether the memory bandwidth I'm seeing under Linux on my server is normal or not. Here's the server spec: HP ProLiant DL165 G7 2x AMD Opteron 6164 HE 12-Core 40 GB RAM (...
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How to check if server is NUMA enabled?

My boss wants to know if the HP DL320 G5 is NUMA enabled. I've tried scouring the internet, but can't find any specific information. Does anyone know off hand if this server is suitable for running ...
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How to configure Linux for using only one CPU/core of a NUMA system

I'm currently working with an AMD Opteron-based NUMA system. For the needs of my current project, I'd like to make Linux and all of the system processes to utilize only the CPU0 (and preferably, only ...