On Sep 7, 2006, at 3:26 PM, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
On Thu, 7 Sep 2006, Josef Grosch wrote:
I've got a DL 380/G5 as an evalu unit. It has 16 gig of ram. I
compiled a PAE kernel but I'm finding that it is not very stable.
It crashes during heavy disk activity, ie. portupgrade -rav. Does
anyone have experience with this sort of machine and would you
care to share your kernel config file and/or advice.
Have you tried a non-PAE kernel? If its a new unit, I imagine its
64bit, which, as far as I'm aware, doesn't require PAE ... ?
I would second this. Try the amd64 version of FreeBSD (which also
supports the EMT64, or whatever it is called, Intel 64bit
processors). Based on HPs website, this is the possible processor list:
Intel Xeon Processor 5160 – Dual core / 3.00 GHz / 1333MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5150 – Dual core / 2.67 GHz / 1333MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5140 – Dual core / 2.33 GHz / 1333MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5130 – Dual core / 2.00 GHz / 1333MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5120 – Dual core / 1.87 GHz / 1066MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5110 – Dual core / 1.60 GHz / 1066MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5080 – Dual core / 3.73 GHz / 1066MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5060 – Dual core / 3.20 GHz / 1066MHz FSB
Intel Xeon Processor 5050 – Dual core / 3.00 GHz / 667MHz FSB
They all seem recent enough to have the 64bit extensions.
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