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How do you use pset_create, pset_bind, etc... on HP-UX?

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Does anybody have any sample code on how to use pset's, specifically for HP-UX?  I have a C program on HP-UX which creates multiple threads.  This program is running on a machine that has multiple CPUs.  Because of resources that are shared between the threads, I believe that i need to use psets to get all the threads to run on the same CPU.   Does anybody have any sample or good documentation on how to do this? Thanks.
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