Re: [ckrm-tech] [patch00/05]: Containers(V2)- Introduction

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Paul M wrote:
> An alternative would be a way of binding files (or directory
> hierarchies) to a particular set of memory nodes. Then you wouldn't
> need to pre-fault the data. Extended attributes might be one way of
> doing it.

Some of the file system folks have considered such use of extended
attributes, yes.

I remain unaware that any relation between that work and cpusets
exists or should exist.

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