At 7:36 PM +0000 2000/8/28, Alex Zepeda wrote:

>                         Perhaps in a rush to get started, I've compiled and
>  been using a SMP kernel even before the second processor arrives.  This
>  has worked fine, however I've gotten some rather weird hangs and crashes
>  resulting in a nice lost+found directory on the usr fs.

        Personally, I'm astonished that an SMP kernel will actually boot 
and run on a uniprocessor machine.

        Before pointing any fingers at softupdates, etc... I think that 
the first thing I'd do on this machine is switch back to using a real 
uniprocessor kernel, and then see if I could replicate the problems.

   These are my opinions -- not to be taken as official Skynet policy
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