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SubjectRe: SMP module compilation on UP?
Mark Mokryn wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Is it possible to build an SMP module on a machine running a UP kernel
> (or vice versa)? We of course get unresolved symbols during module load
> due to the smp prefix on the ksyms, and haven't seen how to get around
> it. (Defining __SMP__ does not cut it, though I believe this used to
> work a while ago).
>

Why not just run an SMP kernel on UP machine? Yes, there may be minor
performance penalty but that may be irrelevant for you if it lets you
build and load SMP modules on that machine. With a UP kernel running,
you will be able to build SMP modules but not load them.

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