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Author neologix
Recipients davin, jtaylor, neologix
Date 2015-02-27.20:08:48
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Well, we already expose CPU affinity:

>>> import os
>>> os.sched_getaffinity(0)

IMO the current implementation is sufficient (and talking about
overcommitting for CPU is a bit moot if you're using virtual machine

The current documentation says:
   Return the number of CPUs in the system. Returns None if undetermined.

Which to me is clear enough, although if you want to add an explicit
note that this doesn't take cpu affinity into account that wouldn't
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