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CentOS 7 - Updates for x86_64: applications/system: tuna

tuna - Application tuning GUI & command line utility

License: GPLv2
Vendor: CentOS
Provides interface for changing scheduler and IRQ tunables, at whole CPU and at
per thread/IRQ level. Allows isolating CPUs for use by a specific application
and moving threads and interrupts to a CPU by just dragging and dropping them.
Operations can be done on CPU sockets, understanding CPU topology.

Can be used as a command line utility without requiring the GUI libraries to be


tuna-0.13-9.el7.noarch [140 KiB] Changelog by John Kacur (2019-03-14):
- tuna: Exit with error msg on s390 and s390x for unsupported irq ops
Resolves: rhbz#1637910
tuna-0.13-6.el7.noarch [139 KiB] Changelog by John Kacur - 0.13-6 (2017-09-13):
- Use errno codes instead of plain numbers
- Exit with a message instead of a traceback in isolate_cpus
Resolves: rhbz#1472840
tuna-0.13-5.el7.noarch [139 KiB] Changelog by John Kacur - 0.13-5 (2016-06-13):
- Rebuild to document
  tuna thows an exception instead of an error message when sched_setaffinity returns EINVAL
  This was actually fixed in v0.13-1
Resolves: rhbz#1290445
tuna-0.11.1-12.el7_2.noarch [137 KiB] Changelog by John Kacur - 0.11.1-12 (2015-12-22):
- rebuilt for rhel-7.2.z
Resolves: rhbz#1293353
tuna-0.11.1-10.el7.noarch [136 KiB] Changelog by John Kacur (2015-06-25):
- dropped the git housekeeping patch, not relevant here
- docs-Remove-stray-a.patch
- CLI-Introduce-nohz_full-N-entity.patch
- tuna-config-Fix-pygtk-import.patch
- tuna-Make-isolate-include-operations-affect-proc-irq.patch
- tuna-Decide-whether-to-isolate-a-thread-based-on-PF_.patch
- tuna-Fix-race-in-is_hardirq_handler.patch
- CLI-Do-not-show-column-headers-when-not-outputting-t.patch
- Correct-a-typo-in-the-net.ipv4.ipfrag_time-help-stri.patch
Resolves: rhbz#1234963

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