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Re: [vox-tech] 2.6.x SMP kernel issues apparently resolved
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Re: [vox-tech] 2.6.x SMP kernel issues apparently resolved

On Mon, 2005-05-02 at 13:33 -0700, Richard Crawford wrote:
> My dual-p3 system has, for a very long time, been unable to use the smp 
> version of the 2.6 Linux kernel; when I tried it, the system would be unable 
> to communicate with either the network card (and I tried several) nor with 
> any USB devices.
> Today while installing Kubuntu on this computer, I had the same problem.  The 
> 2.6 smp kernel simply wouldn't let my computer talk to the network card or 
> the USB hub.  I finally hit upon this option for doing the installation:
> boot: linux noacip nolacip

I'm intrigued: does interrupt balancing still work under this
configuration? Can you look in /proc/interrupts and see whether both
cpus are serving interrupts?

Josh Parsons
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