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SubjectRe: cpu-2.5.69-bk14-1
On Tue, 20 May 2003, William Lee Irwin III wrote:

> Extended cpumasks for larger systems. Now featuring bigsmp, Summit,
> and Voyager updates in addition to PC-compatible, NUMA-Q, and SN2
> bits from SGI.
> Several minor bugfixes with improper checks of bits and some new
> API pieces: cpumask_of_cpu() and cpus_promote() for replacing
> 1 << cpu and promoting "narrow" cpumasks (i.e. unsigned long) to
> full-width, respectively.
> Successfully runs on 32x NUMA-Q. Successfully compiletested on Voyager,
> Summit, bigsmp, and flat logical SMP, all with typechecking. UP also
> successfully compiletested with and without local APIC and IO-APIC.
> Hopefully I can get my hands on another NUMA-Q quad or two soon.

Successfully run for 4 days with various stress loads. on normally
troublesome 3way P133 with CONFIG_NR_CPUS = 72 (255 causes a #SS with
large .configs/kernels)

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