I can specify that the affinity mask should be set
to only run on processor 3 in a 2 cpu system.
The job is then starved.
I couldn't kill it until I used "example" to
change it's cpu mask. Using "example -a pid".
Note that I could not do "example -x 0 pid"
nor "example -x 1 pid" after the process had
been assigned to cpu 3.
I realize that this might be a feature.