is the answer in this post still ok? I tried to copy the vvvv.exe but I can’t get it running… Is there any different solution to force the vvvv process to a specific CPU core?
edit: It seems that I can’t run the vvvv.exe if I rename it…
look at the /allowmultiple parameter
The /allowmultiple is working fine, but I want to force the first vvvv instance on the first two cores and the second vvvv instance on the third and fourth core.
Then SetProcessAffinityMask should work (I must admit I never used it though)
EDIT: afaik vvvv is single threaded so that is not possible
SetProcessAffinityMask (Windows) is exactly the right node to assign an instance of vvvv to specific cpu-cores, see its helppatch!
@io while vvvv’s core is inherently single threaded, some nodes and foremost VL do use multiple cpus.
Thanks the SetProcessAffinityMask node is working perfect.
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