ML330 G3 SMP
serigeri at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 08:27:05 UTC 2011
Aúúúú... It was too simple. The setting was "Other", not "Windows". I
like you :)) Thanks.
On 04/06/2011 20:23, Darin wrote:
> On 4/6/2011 5:52 AM, Ser Gergely wrote:
>> I have an ML330 G3 (two 2.8 GHz XEON CPU, 3 GB RAM, Smart Array,
>> etc.) and I've installed a PC-BSD v8.2 on it and it was (it is) slow.
>> I found it use only one CPU. I have made a custom kernel, but it use
>> only one CPU (dmesg, top, etc.).
>> Someone know what I should do to see all of its CPUs?
>> Seri Geri
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> In the BIOS, change the installed OS from Windows to Linux. That will
> enable SMP.
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