Syntax: worker_cpu_affinity cpumask [cpumask...]
Default: none
Linux only.
With this option you can bind the worker process to a CPU, it calls sched_setaffinity().
For example,
worker_processes 4;
worker_cpu_affinity 0001 0010 0100 1000;
Bind each worker process to one CPU only.
worker_processes 2;
worker_cpu_affinity 0101 1010;
Bind the first worker to CPU0/CPU2, bind the second worker to CPU1/CPU3. This is suitable for HTT.




worker_cpu_affinity 00000001 00000010 00000100 00001000 00010000 00100000 01000000 10000000;


How to use Mantis with Eclipse

In order to view and edit Mantis Tasks directly from Eclipse or Flex Builder
you need to install the Mylyn Plugin for eclipse first:

Then install the Mylyn – Mantis Connector:

To add your mantis repository click on Window->Other Views in Eclipse.
Select the Mylyn Folder and add task list and task repositories.

Then go to the task repository view, right click and choose to add a new repository.

Now the trick is to enter the right URL to your Mantis service file.
Its normally found under (since mantis 1.1.0)

If that’s done you can add a query by choosing a project and a filter (needs to be set up on the mantis web interface first) .

Now you can view and change your mantis tasks in the task view.