On Mon, 4 Oct 1999, Harry W. K. Cheung wrote:
> hi Lynn,
> The FRHL5.2.1 upgrade only has the (2.0.36) non-SMP
> (non-multiprocessor) kernel available I think. The easiest way to
> get a SMP kernel (and what I did) is to upgrade to the Fermi 2.2.10
> kernel for which you can optionally install the SMP kernel. Instructions
> are at:
> Otherwise you have to get the source and compile your own SMP kernel.
> Another possible advantage of using the 2.2.10 kernel is that SMP in
> 2.0.36 was still "experimental" whereas I think in 2.2.10 it is supposed
> to be better.
> Harry W.K. Cheung TEL: (630) 840-8628
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> On Mon, 4 Oct 1999, Lynn Garren wrote:
> > We have some linux systems with dual processors.
> > After the upgrade to 5.2.1, a user is complaining that they
> > appear to be using only one processor. (Unfortunately, I did
> > not do the initial setup of these machines and so have no notes.)
> > How do I check that both processors will be used?
> > Should I be changing something in the kernel???
> > Lynn