[rescue] Re MAKES. ME. SICK.-> scalability
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Tue Jun 19 10:28:46 CDT 2001
As I understand it,
OpenBSD will not have SMP any time soon. Supposedly it opens up far too
many security holes to have a second processor enabled. This may eventually
be fixed, and as I am not on the dev team, I have no clue how long it might
(This is just the impression I got, I may be dead wrong)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Hansen" <22rec at usa.net>
To: <rescue at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2001 1:03 AM
Subject: [rescue] Re MAKES. ME. SICK.-> scalability
>> my cuisinart toaster probably has more scalability than linux ;)
>To be fair to them, they *are* working on it. It's just that there's a
>lot of other pieces in the kernel they really need to redo from the
>ground up, and they don't seem to be willing to do that.
Anyone hear how far OpenBSD/SPARC is from multiprocessor support?
I have been very happy with it on my working SPARCs, but when I
finish ressurrecting my 670MP, I'd hate to only run on one cylinder,
so to speak.
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