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Re: SMP support via ACPI

From: "Jacobo Arvelo \"UNIX4ALL\"" <unix4all@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2004 22:45:29 +0100

El sáb, 17-07-2004 a las 20:12, glennpj@xxxxxxxxxxx escribió:
> On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 04:18:30PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> > :I compile the kernel with "device acpica5" too and it don=B4t work.
> > :
> > :I have similar problems with FreeBSD 4.x, but in 5.x (5.2 and
> > :onwards) it works because the kernel can wake up with MP Table or
> > :ACPI Table.
> > :
> > :Are there any work in progress on this subject ? Any workaround ?.
> > :
> > :Thanks for all, and sorry for my bad english.
> > :
> > :--=20 Jacobo Arvelo "UNIX4ALL"
> >
> >     This is something we will definitely be porting from FreeBSD-5
> >     (along with the multi-pass interrupt routing code), though the
> >     timing of the work is a bit unclear.  You should be able to run
> >     in the meantime, though.  But, yes, the intention is to support
> >     this and to also support consolidated UP/MP builds so the same
> >     kernel can run on APIC and non-APIC boxes.
> >
> >     (and, as always, if there are any developers interesting in
> >     such work, its there waiting for you!)
> Just curious here. As of about two, maybe three weeks ago, I was able
> to boot DragonFly on my P4 HT machine with an SMP kernel.  I just did
> fresh install of DragonFly BSD 1.0A and now can not boot an SMP
> Was there a "simple" change that caused this that could perhaps be
> reverted or was it a major sub-system import that will require much
> work?
> --
> Glenn Johnson

maybe your mainboard have MP Table ? I know that mainboards such as Asus
P4C800 for example have MP Table although they are UP mainboards.

Jacobo Arvelo "UNIX4ALL"

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