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 cpuisemptyset(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpuismember(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpuorset(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpusetcreate(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpusetdestroy(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpusetops(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpuxorset(3) -- Perform operations on CPU sets (libc library)
    The cpusetops primitives manipulate sets of CPUs, by operating on data objects (of type cpuset_t) that are created by cpusetcreate(). The cpusetcreate() function allocates, and sets to empty, a CPU se...
 cpu_foreach(3) -- enumerate members of a CPU set (libc library)
    The cpu_foreach() function scans the specified cpuset, starting at the position saved in the cursor parameter, for members of the set and returns the first member found. If the SET_CURSOR_FIRST flag i...
 cpu_get_current(3) -- Return the caller's current CPU ID (libc library)
    The cpu_get_current() function fetches the ID of the CPU on which the caller is executing.
 cpu_get_info(3) -- Query CPU information for the platform (libc library)
    The cpu_get_info() function returns the following information about the platform CPU configuration in the buffer pointed to by the info parameter: Revision number. Maximum number of CPUs supported by ...
 cpu_get_max(3) -- Query CPU information for the platform (libc library)
    The cpu_get_info() function returns the following information about the platform CPU configuration in the buffer pointed to by the info parameter: Revision number. Maximum number of CPUs supported by ...
 cpu_get_num(3) -- Query CPU information for the platform (libc library)
    The cpu_get_info() function returns the following information about the platform CPU configuration in the buffer pointed to by the info parameter: Revision number. Maximum number of CPUs supported by ...
 cpu_get_rad(3) -- Queries the RAD associated with a CPU (libnuma library)
    The cpu_get_rad() function returns the identifier of the Resource Affinity Domain (RAD) associated with the CPU specified by the cpu argument.
 createlabel(3) -- creates a disk label structure for a disk device
    The createlabel() function fills in the disk label structure pointed to by the disk parameter. The resulting disk label can then be written to the disk in order to label it. The function queries the d...
 create_file_securely(3) -- Create a file in the authentication database (Enhanced Security)
    The create_file_securely() routine creates a file as specified in the file control database, /etc/auth/system/files. It is more flexible than coding the discretionary attributes of the file, and a fur...
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