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    SubjectRe: [Nearly Solved]: APIC routing broken on ASUS P2B-DS
    Willy Tarreau wrote:
    > If I compile my kernel for an SMP K7, only CPU0 gets the interrupts. But if
    > I enable CONFIG_X86_CLUSTERED_APIC by enabling either CONFIG_X86_NUMAQ or
    > CONFIG_X86_SUMMIT (CONFIG_X86_NUMA alone isn't enough), then I get my interrupts
    > distributed across both CPUs. This is on an Asus A7M266D with 2 Athlon XP 1800+.


    did you ever get a response on this?

    The answer is a big fat "don't do that" ;-)

    Summit and Numa are two things your box definitely does not have...
    don't enable those options. If you still have problems with those
    options disabled, please re-post...

    Jeff



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