On 22-Jun-01 Bosko Milekic wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 22, 2001 at 10:35:32AM -0700, John Baldwin wrote:
>> On 22-Jun-01 Alfred Perlstein wrote:
>> > * Alexander N. Kabaev <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [010622 10:46] wrote:
>> >> UP kernel can not be compiled in -CURRENT after your changes because
>> >> kern/subr_mbuf.c references mp_ncpus variable, which is defined only in
>> >> SMP
>> >> case. Should this variable be moved out of #ifdef SMP?
>> > Yes, I asked for this months ago, I thought it was already done.
>> mp_npcus is not initialized, etc. in the UP case. I suppose it could be
>> statically initialized to 1 and moved, but in that case it needs renaming,
>> mp_ncpus implies SMP (mp_ prefix). If you want to make it ncpus and move it
>> sys/systm.h and stick it somewhere MI initialized to 1 that is fine. Then
>> hw.ncpus can reference that (well, it's called hw.ncpu right now, perhaps it
>> should be renamed to match the variable *shrug*) and kern.smp.cpus can die
>> it won't be needed any longer.
> Note that we already have a (machdep, I think) sysctl exported ncpu
We already have a hw.ncpu. machdep.* should not be used by anything that is
supposed to be MI. Offline it seems you missed part of the point of my post
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