Exploring thread and memory placement on NUMA architectures: Solaris and Linux, UltraSPARC/ FirePlane and Opteron/Hypertransport
Modern shared memory multiprocessor systems commonly have non-uniform memory access (NUMA) with asymmetric memory bandwidth and latency characteristics. Operating systems now provide application programmer interfaces allowing the user to perform specific
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