On Mon, Aug 28, 2000 at 03:46:20PM +0200, Brad Knowles wrote:

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

Grr, still getting used to mutt, and I didn't reply to the list.  Yes, I'm
using an SMP board, and waiting on the arrival of the 2nd processor.  It
boots up and runs fine.

>       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.

Yup, I've "fallen back to" a UP kernel, which hasn't crashed at all, and
I've done the same thing (rm -rf, cvs update) many more times than were
required to crash the SMP kernel.  Before I try this again, I'll have a
second processor in there..

- alex

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