Check some reviews, such as from Tom's Hardware or AnandTech to see some
specifics regarding the use of non-MP processors in SMP mode. It definitely
is possible and it works fine, but check those websites for details from
someone who knows a heck of a lot more about SMP than I do..... : )
At 03:04 PM 11/14/2001 +0000, you wrote:
> > > Hi folks - I'm having real problems getting our new dual CPU server
> > > going. It's a 2x Athlon XP 1800+ on a Tyan mobo, AMD 760MP chipset, with
> > Ehm you know that XP cpu's don't support SMP configuration ?
>If this really is the case, then obviously my supplier doesn't know
>either, as he's quite definitively stuck two of them on my mobo!
>Linux happily detects two XP 1800+ CPUs on boot, but then both SMP
>and UP kernels fail in this strange way. If they didn't boot at all, it
>would almost be more helpful ;-)
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