- Displays an inventory of available nodes on the system, including relative distances between nodes.
- Ensures that memory is allocated only from specific nodes. If there is insufficient memory available in the specified location, allocation fails.
- Ensures that a specified command and its child processes execute only on the specified node.
- Ensures that a specified command and its child processes execute only on the specified processor.
- Specifies that memory should always be allocated from the local node.
- Specifies a preferred node from which to allocate memory. If memory cannot be allocated from this specified node, another node will be used as a fallback.
$ man numactl