Subject: Re: hyperthreading on 2.0; no way to get it to work with my hardware.
To: None <tech-smp@NetBSD.org>
From: okay_awright <email@example.com>
Date: 12/31/2004 15:36:25
Matthias Scheler a =E9crit :
>In article <41D32C60.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> okay_awright <email@example.com> writes:
>>I have a NetBSD 2.0 (release, updated from a 1.6.2) system running on a=
>>Asus P4V8X-X (latest bios) with an Intel Pentium 4 2.40A.
>Can you please post "dmesg" output?
there is one in my first post, at the bottom;
do you mean a more verbose one?
>>Just to be sure I used the plain GENERIC.MP file (mine was originally
>>made for 1.6.1 and updated) just slightly modified (with MPACPI and
>>acpi0 on) but i get the same result: no usable second "virtual" process=
>Can you please build a "GENERIC.MPACPI" kernel from NetBSD-current sourc=
>and check whether it works?
> Kind regards
odd. I have no GENERIC.MPACPI in my conf folder, the sources and=20
configuration files were directly dumped from the i386 Sources ISO and=20
it really doesn't seem to be here (and that's why i had to modify=20
May you perhaps give me the relevant parts of this file so I can rebuild =
the kernel with?
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