I have written a GUI interface to process monitoring and management (using
hwloc among other tools). I have tested it on Fedora 26 and 27 and CentOS 7.
It's called "pianofish" because it's a re-write of a utility called "tuna".

pianofish allows you to set scheduler policy, realtime priority, and CPU
affinity for running tasks and for IRQs. It provides a function to
distribute threads across a selected CPU set.

Repositories, including dependencies (like python-hwloc) are available at
For Fedora, the command
 dnf copr enable streeter/python-hwloc
will set up the repo for installation.

The package installs a User Guide, which is also available at

Source code is found at

--Guy Streeter
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