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SubjectRe: Linux can't stay up for more than an hour?
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> > It is hard to increase cpu<->ram bandwidth these days.
>
> Sun seems to do it by interleaving memory up to four (maybe even eight) times.

This technique has been around for far longer than Sun has been a company.

> I assume Intel
> and other are doing the same with their high-end serverboards (Xeon and that
> kind of stuff).

No, the Xeons seem to have the same sucky motherboards as the rest of
Intel's stuff. If you need main memory bandwidth and you have that
kind of money, buy an Alpha DS20.

-- g

[ if you own a Xeon board, I'd love to see Stream benchmark numbers
for it... http://www.cs.virginia.edu/stream/ ]

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