[rescue] RP3440 - PA8800 CPU Not Supported....

Richard ejb at trick-1.net
Sun Jul 21 15:39:21 CDT 2019

Hi  Meelis

Thank you for the response. p

Yes they do need CPU licenses and I think its a PITA! So glad this isnbt a
big industry trend.

 That being said the 2x RP3440s that I have, have the license for both
sockets. I have downgraded and upgraded but it doesnbt seem to matter...:-(

Not found anything that suggests itbs a different license for a different
core though.



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On 21 Jul 2019, at 23:41, Meelis Roos <mroos at linux.ee> wrote:

>> So the RP3440 that I acquired had a failed CPU in it which was an 8900
series. I managed to pick up a replacement CPU but it is an 8800 series. The
part number is for the replacement CPU is for the RP3440 and it is listed as
being supported. However when I boot up the machine it tells me that the CPU
is not supported. Total confusion.
> RP3440 seems to have licences for activating CPUs/cores. Maye the existing
license is for 8900 and does not cover 8800?
> --
> Meelis Roos
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