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Leo
Hi,

Is it possible to target a specific (set of) processors
on a multiprocesor machine with a .NET multithreaded
application and how do I accomplish this? You can tell
for instance SQLserver to use a specific processor. Doe
the .NET framework support this as well?

Leo.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Leo wrote:
|| Hi,
||
|| Is it possible to target a specific (set of) processors
|| on a multiprocesor machine with a .NET multithreaded
|| application and how do I accomplish this? You can tell
|| for instance SQLserver to use a specific processor. Doe
|| the .NET framework support this as well?
||
|| Leo.

Sure, take a look at the ProcessThread.ProcessorAffinity Property.

Willy.
Jul 19 '05 #2

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Leo
Willy,

Great, thanks! I'll take a look.

Leo.
-----Original Message-----
Leo wrote:
|| Hi,
||
|| Is it possible to target a specific (set of) processors|| on a multiprocesor machine with a .NET multithreaded
|| application and how do I accomplish this? You can tell
|| for instance SQLserver to use a specific processor. Doe|| the .NET framework support this as well?
||
|| Leo.

Sure, take a look at the ProcessThread.ProcessorAffinity Property.
Willy.
.

Jul 19 '05 #3

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