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pset_destroy(1)						      pset_destroy(1)



NAME

  pset_destroy - Destroys a processor set

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/sbin/pset_destroy pset_id

DESCRIPTION

  The pset_destroy command destroys an existing	processor set. The pset_id
  variable is a	unique integer that identifies the processor set and is
  returned by the pset_create command. If the processor	set has	any proces-
  sors or processes assigned to	it, the	user is	notified and asked to confirm
  the destruction of the processor set.	 Each processor	in a destroyed pro-
  cessor set is	returned to its	default	processor set.	Note that the default
  processor set	cannot be destroyed. You must be root to use this command.

  The processor	set destruction	is logged in the /var/adm/wtmp file.

FILES

  /var/adm/wtmp

SEE ALSO

  pset_create(1), pset_assign_cpu(1), pset_assign_pid(1), pset_info(1)

  Files:  processor_sets(4)