[rescue] RE: WinNT/2K/98/95 "up times"
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Mon Jun 18 20:03:09 CDT 2001
The box came with only one CPU installed, and a half-assed linux install.
I ran with that configuration for about 3 weeks.
Then I installed RH Linux 7.0 + errata.
I ran with that install for a week (aprox).
Then I installed another CPU & VRM.
I ran with that config for another week or two.
Now I installed an SMP kernel, but I can't get the lilo.conf file to look
right, see http://n2vip.dyndns.org/wtf.html/ - any clues appreciated
I can not boot smp kernel, the device mappings are all off, and I can't
figure out what I am missing... I am going to take a break and come back to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Sladen" <lists at paul.sladen.org>
To: "Sun Rescue" <rescue at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 8:51 PM
Subject: Re: [rescue] RE: WinNT/2K/98/95 "up times"
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Ken Hansen wrote:
> > I have a PPro Linux box (Mandrake 7.0 for 21 days, then about 3 weeks at
> > RH 7.0 w/errata CD installed), and it is running fine - I am reluctant
> > to re-install RH to get the second CPU running, but I will this weekend
> > probably...
> I know this might be a bit /strange/ to you Solaris and NT guys; but have
> you considered recompiling the kernel. My Dual PPro200 (before the VRM
> blew up) could do it in 6 minutes with `-j3'.
> I also can't see why Mandrake would want to ship a Uni-processor kernel;
> perhaps you might like to try a real distribution like Debian
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