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SubjectRe: [OT] /proc/cpuinfo output from some arch
Hi,

On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Russell King wrote:
> As far as SMP systems and cpufreq is concerned, we're going to have
> a /proc/sys/cpu/all/ as well - you can't control the clock rate of
> each cpu independently on such systems (otherwise they wouldn't be
> very symetric.)

Yes, asymmetric multiprocessing is a much more diffcult field, but
it's not currently an issue to us. (Well, we had this issue long ago, but
the SMP approach won, because even though it's uncool, it's still easier
to handle. Maybe AMP will return one day...)

Regards,
Thunder
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