Re: [hwloc-devel] structure assumptions, duplication

2009-09-30 Thread Samuel Thibault
Fawzi Mohamed, le Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:10:47 +0200, a écrit : > If you look at the example described in the document that I had linked > > http://opensolaris.org/os/community/performance/mpo_overview.pdf > > you see the that for a ring topology some level (that you always get adding > the Ah,

Re: [hwloc-devel] structure assumptions, duplication

2009-09-30 Thread Fawzi Mohamed
On 30-set-09, at 10:38, Brice Goglin wrote: Fawzi Mohamed wrote: NODE 1 cache2 cache1 p0 cache2 cache1 p1 NODE 2 cache1 p2 cache1 p3 or is it even possible to have a node with children of a single node of different depth? this is supposing that you want to

Re: [hwloc-devel] structure assumptions, duplication

2009-09-30 Thread Brice Goglin
Fawzi Mohamed wrote: > NODE 1 > cache2 > cache1 > p0 > cache2 > cache1 > p1 > NODE 2 > cache1 > p2 > cache1 > p3 > > or is it even possible to have a node with children of a single node > of different depth? > > this is supposing that you want to keep

Re: [hwloc-devel] structure assumptions, duplication

2009-09-30 Thread Fawzi Mohamed
On 30-set-09, at 09:29, Samuel Thibault wrote: Hello, Hi Samuel, Fawzi Mohamed, le Wed 30 Sep 2009 09:16:36 +0200, a écrit : 1) a fully hierarchical representation of the machine/hardware where each level is a partition, and each level fully covers the previous one (from any node you

Re: [hwloc-devel] structure assumptions, duplication

2009-09-30 Thread Fawzi Mohamed
On 30-set-09, at 09:20, Brice Goglin wrote: Fawzi Mohamed wrote: 1) a fully hierarchical representation of the machine/hardware where each level is a partition, and each level fully covers the previous one (from any node you go through all levels using father/childrens, father/child are just

Re: [hwloc-devel] structure assumptions, duplication

2009-09-30 Thread Brice Goglin
Fawzi Mohamed wrote: > 1) a fully hierarchical representation of the machine/hardware where > each level is a partition, and each level fully covers the previous > one (from any node you go through all levels using father/childrens, > father/child are just one level away from each other.