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Re: SMP in default install?

you could also

  cat /proc/cpuinfo

and will show if the sys is using the (second) cpu
and some details about it


On Friday 13 July 2001  4:29 pm, Kurt Lieber wrote:
> I'm sure someone will correct me if this is wrong, but:
> cat /boot/config-2.2.19 |grep SMP
> should tell you if your box has SMP or not.  (Mine is commented out and
> says "#CONFIG_SMP is not set")
> Obviously, change "config-2.2.19" if you're using a different version of
> the kernel, but that file holds all the options that were set when the
> kernel was compiled.  If you don't get any matches, then I believe you
> don't have SMP support.
> hth.
> --kurt
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Mott [mailto:andy@andymott.org]
> Sent: Friday, July 13, 2001 6:41 AM
> To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject: SMP in default install?
> Hi
> I have a dual-cpu box, which I just installed Potato on with ReiserFS.
> Is support for SMP built-in, or will I have to compile a new kernel
> (with rfs patches, I guess), and install that?
> Andy

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