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Re: Command to start and stop a cpu



On Monday 16 January 2006 23:02, Joseph Koshy wrote:
> hb> To my knowledge FreeBSD does not support that feature on any platform.
>
> However, you can disable CPUs using the 'machdep.hlt_cpus' sysctl knob,
> ensuring that no thread is scheduled on such a CPU.  This knob is described
> in smp(4).

I think that is x86-only though.  I don't think there is support for that on 
sparc64.

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