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Question by everdancer
Submitted on 5/9/2004
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When I start a process on a HP-UX(11i) host with multi-processor, I find that the process can not obtain CPU for running aperiodically. The process prints time interval per 2 second if normal.But under this case, the phenomenon is that it will print nothing within a long time interval(over 20 seconds ,even more). Change the process priority or the CPU slice can not resolve the problem. I must point out that there is no the problem when the process run on a single processor host or on True64 UNIX host with multi-processor.
Is there anyone know how to resolve this problem?? thanks a lot!


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