Re: [PATCH] remove CONFIG_X86_NUMA
Martin J. Bligh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 29 Dec 2002 14:56:40 -0800
>> > It's only used to hide two entries in arch/i386/Kconfig.
>> The patch looks good. If it's OK to get rid of X86_NUMA, could you also
>> move X86_NUMAQ under the subarch menu?
> I already wondered about that, but AFAIK a kernel with X86_NUMAQ set
> still boots on a PeeCee, so it's really an option, not a choice.
Nope, it won't boot on a PC - you're probably thinking of Summit,
which should. I think Bill had a patch to move NUMA-Q already ...
want to publish that one?
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