GetProcessDefaultCpuSetMasks function (processthreadsapi.h)
Retrieves the list of CPU Sets in the process default set that was set by SetProcessDefaultCpuSetMasks or SetProcessDefaultCpuSets.
BOOL GetProcessDefaultCpuSetMasks( HANDLE Process, PGROUP_AFFINITY CpuSetMasks, USHORT CpuSetMaskCount, PUSHORT RequiredMaskCount );
Specifies a process handle for the process to query. This handle must have the PROCESS_QUERY_LIMITED_INFORMATION access right. The value returned by GetCurrentProcess can also be specified here.
Specifies an optional buffer to retrieve a list of GROUP_AFFINITY structures representing the process default CPU Sets.
Specifies the size of the CpuSetMasks array, in elements.
On successful return, specifies the number of affinity structures written to the array. If the CpuSetMasks array is too small, the function fails with ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BUFFER and sets the RequiredMaskCount parameter to the number of elements required. The number of required elements is always less than or equal to the maximum group count returned by GetMaximumProcessorGroupCount.
If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.
If the function fails, the return value is zero and extended error information can be retrieved by calling GetLastError.
If the array supplied is too small, the error value is ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BUFFER and the RequiredMaskCount is set to the number of elements required.
If no default CPU Sets are set for a given process, then the RequiredMaskCount parameter is set to 0 and the function succeeds.
This function is analogous to GetProcessDefaultCpuSets, except that it uses group affinities as opposed to CPU Set IDs to represent a list of CPU sets. This means that the process default CPU Sets are mapped to their home processors, and those processors are retrieved in the resulting list of group affinities.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 11|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2022|