numad command examples

numad command examples

numad – A user-level daemon that provides placement advice and process management for efficient use of CPUs and memory on systems with NUMA topology.

Numad can be run as a system daemon and can be managed by the standard init mechanisms of the host.

If interactive (manual) control is desired, you can start the daemon manually by typing:


Subsequent numad invocations while the daemon is running can be used to dynamically change most run-time options.

You can terminate numad from running by typing:

/usr/bin/numad -i0

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