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Old 2022-06-19, 07:55   #21
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Originally Posted by rogue View Post
So if I have 7 copies of llr running, what parameters do I use to ensure that they are running on the performance cores? That assumes that performance cores (with HT) are 0-15.
You first decide on which core to start on. In your example, everything from 0–3 would be feasible as a start core. That would either involve performance cores 0–6 or 1–7. I would leave performance core 0 free because a lot of kernel thongs are still done on core 0 on windows. This would lead to:
AffinitySetter -s 3 -m 7 llr64,
assuming your executable is called llr64. The option -i does not need to be added since it is the default on Windows. Leave it running in background. It will automatically detect newly spawned processes.
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