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    SubjectRe: How many pentium-3 processors does SMP support?
    In article <20010711015128.E31799@weta.f00f.org> you wrote:
    > On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 10:34:24PM -0700, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
    >
    > It supports up to 32, if you can find a machine that has that
    > many.
    >
    > I think 8-way is about as high as anything common goes to, maybe
    > 16. The cpu array is declared 32 long, maybe this should be changed to
    > 8 by default?

    Why limit the user? There are more than enough Linux system that have
    more than 32 CPUs (SGI, DEC, Sun).

    Making it a per-architecture value or even a config option make a lot
    more sense.

    Christoph

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