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Mehmet_Iyigun on 12-05-2018 04:37 PM
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Hari Pulapaka on 10-17-2018 12:39 PM
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Thanks. Will this be back-ported to Windows Server 2019 at some point in 2019? and if not, should we just accept to be running a none-optimized OS for a few years if we want a server OS with desktop experience installed?
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@Hari Pulapaka it would be great if this could be exposed in a future version of the Windows API. The same functionality exists on Linux (isolcpus) and it doesn’t seem to be too controversial.
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@mendelmonteiro, yes good observation. as you can imagine having the ability to cordon off cores is quite powerful, we have not exposed a way for non-windows code to use that portion of the feature.
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Any chance we see this in 1809? If not, when do you expect 19H1 to ship?
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I have a question about the CPU Sets API, it doesn't seem from the available calls that it is possible to isolate a core from all other threads/processes. The SetProcessDefaultCpuSets() only restricts what cores threads can be scheduled on for the given process. I assume that it would be necessary t...
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