On Wednesday 05 March 2008 11:55:48 am Nerius Landys wrote: > I'm running FreeBSD 7.0 on a server with an Intel Xeon Dual-Core 3060 > Conroe (2.4GHz) CPU. > I'm wondering what I should set CPUTYPE to in my /etc/make.conf. > The file /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf has this information: > > # (Intel CPUs) core2 core nocona pentium4m pentium4 prescott > # pentium3m pentium3 pentium-m pentium2 > # pentiumpro pentium-mmx pentium i486 i386 > > I guess those are the possibilities. Which one should I choose for my > processor? > > Also, by accident, I had CPUTYPE=p4 in my make.conf when I compiled world, > kernel, and ports. "p4" is a flag from older FreeBSD distributions I > think. Will this ("this" meaning both that "p4" may be unrecognized and/or > it's not my processor type) cause any problems, or should I recompile > everything with the correct CPUTYPE flag? Installing world is a hassle > because it's not easy for me to do it from single user mode. > > Thanks. > > - Nerius
As a general rule, setting a CPUTYPE is something you should try to avoid...there's all sorts of breakage it can cause for very little gain. If you're heart is set on it though, your CPU is a core2. -- Thanks, Josh Paetzel PGP: 8A48 EF36 5E9F 4EDA 5A8C 11B4 26F9 01F1 27AF AECB
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