My affinity..for this..as I'm doing a VLDB with 6650s and RH 7.2 sgi-xfs
1.0.2 is to use a new kernel from the -aa tree.
the 2.4.9 doesn't have the latest VM stuff and such..the -aa tree works
very well in this regard. I can lend any help if necessary.
I've got a 4P box..1.6Ghz 1MBL3 and I saw 4 on boot.
To get P4 support though..you'll need to get a new kernel, or just
recompile. The -AA tree is supersweet.
On Wed, 2002-07-10 at 10:16, CRivera@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> We just recently received some Dell PowerEdge 6650's and loaded them
> your 2.4.9-31 XFS 1.0.2 enterprise kernel (from your 7.2 loader).
> finishing the installation when we checked the amount of CPU's it
> up as 1, when in fact this server had two (two 1.5 ghz Xeon MP
> processors), this in turn should show up as 4 processors because of
> We then installed Red Hat 7.3 with the 2.4.18 kernel and also Red Hat
> with the 2.4.7-10 kernel and they both worked fine and showed 4
> processors. Can you give me some clue as to why this happens on your
> 2.4.9-31 kernel? We really take advantage of your XFS file system but
> this has forced us to start using ReiserFs which is now natively
> in the kernel.
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