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Applies to SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 12 SP5

5 What to Do If There Are Problems

If you encounter any issues with the cset application, you can file a bug report here: https://github.com/lpechacek/cpuset/issues

If you are using cset on a supported operating system such as SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP5 or SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 12 SP5, then should use the following Bugzilla product listing here:


cset contains a logging application that is invaluable for our developers to diagnose problems and find quick solutions. To create a log of your issue, use the --log option with a file name as an argument to the main cset application. For example:

tux > cset -l logfile.txt set -n newname oldname

If the issue persists and is reproducible, Including this report in your bug submission greatly reduces development time. This command saves debugging information within the file logfile.txt.