Again, he found a solution, at least half of the problem.
It is software that allows you to assign a process to a selected CPU core.
I found it here:http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/har ... ool.8.htmlhttp://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/setting-p ... ocess.html
I shared my collection for a few starts LS on different ports, at the beginning of the ruler is a program that LS event to a specific CPU:
It's part of my activator:
schedtool -e -a 0x32 -e linuxsampler --lscp-port 8889 --exec-after-init 'cat /home/example_file_pianoforte.lscp | netcat localhost 8889' &
schedtool -e -a 0x2 -e linuxsampler --lscp-port 8890 --exec-after-init 'cat /home/example_file_bells.lscp | netcat localhost 8890' &
schedtool -e -a 0x4 -e linuxsampler --lscp-port 8891 --exec-after-init 'cat /home/example_file_organ.lscp | netcat localhost 8891' &
I checked - it works!
On a side note - is much needed sleep.
Badge & postage to unlock the shell.
Of course, it's just first attempt, you can more accurately distribute the CPU cores instruments - including auxiliary software. Practical coverage is greatly increased.