cc [ flag… ] file… –llgrp [ library… ] #include <sys/lgrp_user.h> int lgrp_cpus(lgrp_cookie_t cookie, lgrp_id_t lgrp, processorid_t *cpuids, uint_t count, int content);
The lgrp_cpus() function takes a cookie representing a snapshot of the lgroup hierarchy obtained from lgrp_init(3LGRP) and returns the number of CPUs in the lgroup specified by lgrp. If both the cpuids argument is non-null and the count is non-zero, lgrp_cpus() stores up to the specified count of CPU IDs into the cpuids  array.
The content argument should be set to one of the following values to specify whether the direct contents or everything in this lgroup should be returned:
LGRP_CONTENT_ALL /* everything in this lgroup */ LGRP_CONTENT_DIRECT /* directly contained in lgroup */ LGRP_CONTENT_HIERARCHY /* everything within this hierarchy (for compatibility only, use LGRP_CONTENT_ALL) */
The LGRP_CONTENT_HIERARCHY value can still be used, but is being replaced by LGRP_CONTENT_ALL.
Upon successful completion, the number of CPUs in the given lgroup is returned. Otherwise, −1 is returned and errno is set to indicate the error.
The lgrp_cpus() function will fail if:
The specified cookie is NULL, or the lgroup ID or one of the flags is not valid.
The specified lgroup ID was not found.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: