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SubjectRe: [PATCH] 2.6, 2.4, Nforce2, Experimental idle halt workaround instead of apic ack delay.
Derek Foreman wrote:
> Is there a measurable performance loss over not having the patch at all?
> Some nforce2 systems work just fine. Is there a way to distinguish
> between systems that need it and those that don't?

Do you have one of those systems to hand? My betting is on that when you
enable APIC/IOAPIC you will see crashes very frequently. This isn't enabled in
the default kernel config..

PS, Ross: Again, great work, thanks. I am running the patches you posted in
the thread starter (without the previous ones) on 2.6.3-rc2-mm1 without problem.

Daniel
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