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SubjectRe: Which optimization for different CPUs?
On Sat, Dec 06, 2003 at 10:47:10AM +0100, Jens Benecke wrote:

> Hi,

Hi Jens,

> I have several servers and workstations. What optimization level in the
> kernel configuration is the maximum possible if I want to use the same
> kernel
>
> - on a Duron-650, a Celeron-1000, and a Celeron-2600? (servers)
> - additionally on a K6-3D 400 and a K6-2 350?
> (do I *have* to go down to CONFIG_M586 or does P2 or P-MMX work?)
>
> - on a P3-700, an Athon XP 2400, and a P4-1800+? (workstations)

you must go down to M586TSC .

> Thank you!
> Jens Benecke

cu
Adrian

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