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Hello!

I have the following question.

My system is 2x 2.4Ghz Xeons.

Linux kernel 2.4.18 compiled with SMP support sees it as four processors.
SMP-disabled kernel sees one, of course.

I would like to know, how will it influence the system performance, if I run a
UP kernel?

What does the kernel SMP support add? Just some API for additinal
multiprocessor control? Will the SMP-enabled kernel run faster than the UP
one?

That's what I would like to know.



Thanks!


Artemio.

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