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[Xen-users] How to fix the CPU mapping?

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Hi All,

   Is there a way to fix the cpu mapping of the CPU and VCPU?

#xm vcpu-pin myvm 0 0
#xm vcpu-pin myvm 1 1

When the myvm got a reboot order, it going to change the  mapping  of CPUs
which likes vcpu0=> cpu1, vcpu1=>cpu0.

How can I fix vcpu0=cpu0, vcpu1=cpu1 ?


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