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rad_detach_pid(3)					     rad_detach_pid(3)

       rad_detach_pid  -  Detach  a process from a Resource Affinity Domain by
       pid (libnuma library)

       #include <numa.h>

       int rad_detach_pid(
	       pid_t pid );

       Specifies a process identifier (pid) to detach from a RAD set.

       The rad_detach_pid() function frees a process that has  been  bound  or
       attached	  to   a   RAD	 through   the	 functions  rad_bind_pid()  or
       rad_attach_pid(), respectively.	If the pid argument is NULL, the  call
       is  self-directed.  That	 is,  the  function  behaves as if the calling
       process's pid were specified. Calling rad_detach_pid()  for  a  process
       that is not attached or bound is not considered to be an error.

       Success.	 In  this case, rad_detach_pid() detaches the pid specified by
       pid from the RAD set.  Failure. In this case, errno is set to  indicate
       the error.

       If the rad_detach_pid() function fails, errno is set to one of the fol‐
       lowing values for the reasons specified.	 The process specified in  pid
       does  not  exist.  The real or effective user ID of the caller does not
       match the real or effective user ID of the process pid, or  the	caller
       does not have appropriate privileges to free processes from RADs.

       Functions: rad_attach_pid(3), rad_bind_pid(3)


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