Shielded CPUs: Real-Time Performance in Standard Linux

Reserve one processor for a high-priority task and improve real-time performance.
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How do you figure out the

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How do you figure out the CPU masking? I want to use for example CPU 7 in my system, how do I figure out the mask for that CPU?

Real-Time Performance

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It has been shown that a shielded CPU offers a significant improvement in the worst-case interrupt response time for a Linux system

about the test

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hi there am just wondering about the effect of applying cpu shielding for genera purpose OS over the over all performance
am just thinking to go for real time performance i don't real need real time OS

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