Coreprio User Interface

Coreprio v0.0.5.0 – Inclusion/Exclusion Patterns

Coreprio has been updated to allow for inclusion and exclusion patterns (list of applications to target). These apply to all features of Coreprio. Wildcards are allowed. The console mode utility allows these as well, via the new ‘–inclusions’ and ‘–exclusions’ parameters.

Since Coreprio’s Dynamic Local Mode works best for applications that do not put a full load across all CPU cores since there are then no CPU cores to prioritize, it may be ideal to exclude some highly multi-threaded applications.

The full revision history is below.

  • Add inclusion and exclusion pattern matching by process basename, -l,–inclusions and -x,–exclusions parameters
  • Add inclusion and exclusion control to management GUI
  • When using console app, force Bitsum DLM to ‘On’. Previously enabled only if -f flag for NUMA Dissociater not given
  • Add GUI note that AMD’s implementation of DLM, if installed, is disabled
  • Minor other improvements