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SubjectRe: Need to enable caches in SMP ? (was Kernel 2.6 SMP very slow with ServerWorks LE Chipset)
Alan wrote:

>>As per Alan's suggestion I decompressed the kernel source tree with the
>>processes pegged to one CPU then the other, and as he predicted it took
>>vastly longer on one CPU than the other, but I don't know what that
>>implies, or how to fix it.
>>
>>
>
>>From the timing it sounds like one processor cache is disabled which is a
>little peculiar to say the least.
>
>Alan
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enable the L1 cache in the processor. BIOS settings, no doubt.

Jeff
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