Subject: Re: "cpu1: not started" on MP kernel
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
Date: 07/05/2006 18:18:03
In article <200607051755.k65Hts4o021302@guild.plethora.net>,
Peter Seebach <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I have an exceptionally jinxed machine.
>It is nearly working. Nearly. At this point, it appears its only substantial
>problem is that it isn't going MP.
>I was running 3.0 on it, wherein it would go MP successfully using the mpbios
>option, and no ACPI. I'm now running 3.99.21 (-current from the tarballs at
>NetBSD.org), and I get "cpu1: not started". I have tried both MPBIOS and
>MPACPI, and I do have the MULTIPROCESSOR option in my kernel config. I'm not
>seeing anything obvious to explain this.
>Any suggestions of where to look?
>Hardware is a pair of single-core opterons, running in i386 mode.
1. Current as of when?
2. You are using GENERIC.MP and GENERIC.MPACPI?