io_uring_register_iowq_aff - Man Page

register async worker CPU affinities

Synopsis

#include <sched.h>
#include <liburing.h>

int io_uring_register_iowq_aff(struct io_uring *ring,
                               size_t cpusz,
                               const cpu_set_t *mask);

void io_uring_unregister_iowq_aff(struct io_uring *ring);

Description

The io_uring_prep_register_iowq_aff(3) function registers a set of CPU affinities to be used by the io_uring async workers. By default, io_uring async workers are allowed to run on any CPU in the system. If this function is called with ring set to the ring in question and mask set to a pointer to a cpu_set_t value and cpusz set to the size of the CPU set, then async workers will only be allowed to run on the CPUs specified in the mask. Existing workers may need to hit a schedule point before they are migrated.

For unregistration, io_uring_unregister_iowq_aff(3) may be called to restore CPU affinities to the default.

Return Value

Returns 0 on success, or any of the following values in case of error.

-EFAULT

The kernel was unable to copy the memory pointer to by mask as it was invalid.

-ENOMEM

The kernel was unable to allocate memory for the new CPU mask.

-EINVAL

cpusz or mask was NULL/0, or any other value specified was invalid.

See Also

io_uring_queue_init(3), io_uring_register(2)

Info

March 13, 2022 liburing-2.2 liburing Manual