Determine how memory is allocated across NUMA nodes in the system

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Rather than connecting all the system's memory to a single shared bus modern computers include memory interfaces with each node of the system and connect local memory to that memory interface. This allows the processors to access that local memory more quickly. However, data stored in memory connected to another processor node's local memory interface will take longer to access. Thus, the mac...

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