payne at magidesign.com
Mon Oct 16 02:26:09 PDT 2006
> On Monday 16 October 2006 04:01, Payne wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Hello I have a question. I got a box. I got a strange message...
>> SMP: AP CPU #2 Launched!
>> Is there a place under /proc that I can see if the first processor still
>> working? Do I need to reboot the box, what does that message mean? Why
>> does it happen?
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> I believe CPU #x Launched! means that your SMP Kernel is working properly, has
> detected the multiple CPU's and has begun using them.
> My CPU's are numbered #0 and #1 so I get "CPU #1 Launched!"
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Where in /proc can I see that?
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