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SubjectRe: 2.5 kernels fail to start second CPU
On Thu, May 15, 2003 at 02:21:10PM -0400, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> While you are (somewhat) on the topic of starting processors, I want to
> benchmark and application on a dual Xeon system. I want to try these
> configurations, preferably without opening the box, since it's in
> another time zone.
> 2 cpu w/ ht normal boot
> 2 cpu w/o ht noht
> 1 cpu w/o ht nosmp noht
> 1 cpu w/ ht ???
> It looks as if maxcpus=2 counts physical units? I can't try it until Monday.

What on earth are you getting on about?

ia32 is utter crap with respect to power management, virtualization,
and generalized firmware.

If you don't have remote power management, buy it in whatever form
possible.


-- wli
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