dual processor

Brian McCann bjmccann at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 05:43:05 PDT 2005

By default, no...I don't think it will use both processors.  You have
to make a custom kernel and enable SMP.  Look here
for how to do it.  In 5.x, I believe all you need is "options SMP",
but I could be wrong.  If you build the sample "LINT" kernel config,
it will show you in there.

Good luck,

On 4/19/05, William Biggs <kc8pdr at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a dual processor  server Will freebsd use them both is so When I install it how do I get it to use it ?
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