brown,> To disable HT on a uni-processor, wouldn't it be preferable to simply run
brown,> the UP kernel rather than the SMP kernel with HT disabled? That leaves SMP
brown,> systems, where either the BIOS could disable it (it is a BIOS bug if it
brown,> can't), or as a last resort CONFIG_X86_HT (2.5) could be config'd out of the
brown,> kernel. I guess I've talked myself into not missing "noht" also.
noht is very useful for distributions, we already have to do a lot of
kernels, any option that "mandates" to compile a different kernel is
just bad (IMHO).
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