Re: Part II: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-05 Thread Tim Judd
On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 11:49 PM, Duane du...@cheekymonkey.us wrote: On 5/4/09, Tim Judd taj...@gmail.com wrote: IRQ15 is typically your secondary IDE controller; but due to PCI (or E-ISA) plugplay, including the PnP the BIOS may setup, lots of others can be on that bus too. This box

Re: Part II: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-05 Thread Duane
On 5/5/09, Tim Judd taj...@gmail.com wrote: Would you try enabling the IDE channels and see if the IRQ storms stop? There is joy in Mudville. g I couldn't really change the IDE settings that much since there are no IDE drives in this thing. The channels are all on 'auto' and that yields a

Part II: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-04 Thread Duane
deal of lost time! My 6.4 SMP kernel (now customized) runs just fine, with both cpus active, *except* for this message streaming constantly up the boot console. (from /var/log/messages:) May 4 20:20:33 poobah kernel: interrupt storm detected on irq15:; throttling interrupt source May 4 20:21:02

Re: Part II: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-04 Thread Adam Vande More
-- was the source of a great deal of lost time! Good you found a work around. You might try ensuring your running latest avail bios as well. My 6.4 SMP kernel (now customized) runs just fine, with both cpus active, *except* for this message streaming constantly up the boot console. (from /var/log/messages

Re: Part II: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-04 Thread Tim Judd
. This fact -- unknown to me before last night -- was the source of a great deal of lost time! My 6.4 SMP kernel (now customized) runs just fine, with both cpus active, *except* for this message streaming constantly up the boot console. (from /var/log/messages:) May 4 20:20:33 poobah kernel

Re: Part II: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-04 Thread Duane
On 5/4/09, Tim Judd taj...@gmail.com wrote: IRQ15 is typically your secondary IDE controller; but due to PCI (or E-ISA) plugplay, including the PnP the BIOS may setup, lots of others can be on that bus too. This box has one SCSI card running two SCSI drives. The IDE's are disabled in the

Re: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-02 Thread Diego F. Arias R.
On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 10:43 PM, Duane du...@cheekymonkey.us wrote: On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 11:18 PM, Adam Vande More amvandem...@gmail.com wrote: top should display a C column with a number that represents which cpu the process is running on.  IIRC, ACPI must be enabled for SMP to work, and

Re: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-02 Thread Duane
On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Diego F. Arias R. dak@gmail.com wrote: Are you running generic or custom kernel? Generic SMP: # uname -a FreeBSD poobah.legomenon.org 6.4-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.4-RELEASE #0: Wed Nov 26 12:11:16 UTC 2008 r...@dessler.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/SMP i386

Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-01 Thread Duane
I have a fairly new install of 6.4, done over the 'net, on this old Micron full tower dual PPro-180. The SMP kernel was automagically installed: # uname -a FreeBSD poobah.legomenon.org 6.4-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.4-RELEASE #0: Wed Nov 26 12:11:16 UTC 2008 r...@dessler.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src

Re: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-01 Thread Adam Vande More
Duane wrote: I have a fairly new install of 6.4, done over the 'net, on this old Micron full tower dual PPro-180. The SMP kernel was automagically installed: # uname -a FreeBSD poobah.legomenon.org 6.4-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.4-RELEASE #0: Wed Nov 26 12:11:16 UTC 2008 r...@dessler.cse.buffalo.edu

Re: Running SMP kernel but only one cpu

2009-05-01 Thread Duane
On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 11:18 PM, Adam Vande More amvandem...@gmail.com wrote: top should display a C column with a number that represents which cpu the process is running on.  IIRC, ACPI must be enabled for SMP to work, and ACPI didn't work on my MB until 7.0. Using the ACPI boot option

SMP kernel and interrupt storm

2008-01-29 Thread John Berliner
Building 6.3-RELEASE on dual Xeon boxes, SMP kernel builds fine, all 4 CPUs launch on reboot. options SMP device apic But I get a TON of interrupts from acpi0 -- about 68,000 per second according to vmstat -i. With system at idle with almost no services

Re: FreeBSD 6.2: freebsd-update and SMP Kernel

2007-12-02 Thread Matthias Kellermann
-update has also chosen the right SMP kernel now and installed the new version. Matthias ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

FreeBSD 6.2: freebsd-update and SMP Kernel

2007-12-02 Thread Matthias Kellermann
Hi list, i've built a SMP Kernel on an amd64 system because the GENERIC kernel on my amd64 FreeBSD 6.2 box did not include SMP support. After booting with the new kernel freebsd-update won't work: # freebsd-update fetch Cannot identify running kernel # uname -a FreeBSD hostname 6.2-RELEASE-p8

failed to create swap_zone 6.2-STABLE SMP Kernel

2007-08-19 Thread Tim Daneliuk
I note that this problem has appeared in the past and am wondering if there is a resolution: Running 6.2-STABLE on a machine that ran 4.11 flawlessly. I am seeing the message failed to create swap_zone right after the 2nd CPU gets enabled on a Dell PowerEdge 1300. The system blows out and

Re: Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-08 Thread Daniel Tourde
Hello Bill, Thanks for your answer I have at my disposal an Inspiron 9400 with an Intel CoreFreeBSD 6.2 is installed and rebuilt to fit the processor. The kerne l is in SMP mode. I noticed something strange: When I compile using ma in the ports tree, I only have 50%

Re: Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-08 Thread Josh Carroll
I noticed something strange: When I compile using ma in the ports tree, I only have 50% load. CPU1 is used at CPU0 is idle... As was already pointed out, ports do not compile with make -j X by default. You can do so for ports that will build cleanly (not all of them will), by adding

Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-08 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Josh Carroll [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I noticed something strange: When I compile using ma in the ports tree, I only have 50% load. CPU1 is used at CPU0 is idle... As was already pointed out, ports do not compile with make -j X by default. You can do so for ports that

Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-08 Thread Josh Carroll
You know, it'd be cool if there were a knob in the ports framework that allowed port maintainers to specify this, something like PARALLEL_MAKE=yes in the Makefile ... Or is that a dumb idea for some reason I don't understand? I personally don't think it's a dumb idea at all. The problem is the

Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-08 Thread youshi10
On Thu, 8 Feb 2007, Josh Carroll wrote: You know, it'd be cool if there were a knob in the ports framework that allowed port maintainers to specify this, something like PARALLEL_MAKE=yes in the Makefile ... Or is that a dumb idea for some reason I don't understand? I personally don't think

Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-07 Thread Daniel Tourde
Hello, I have at my disposal an Inspiron 9400 with an Intel Core = Duo. FreeBSD 6.2 is installed and rebuilt to fit the processor. The kerne l is in SMP mode. I noticed something strange: When I compile using ma= ke, make install in the ports tree, I only have 50% load. CPU1 is

Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-07 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Daniel Tourde [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I have at my disposal an Inspiron 9400 with an Intel CoreFreeBSD 6.2 is installed and rebuilt to fit the processor. The kerne l is in SMP mode. I noticed something strange: When I compile using ma in the ports tree, I

Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-07 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 04:44:42PM -0500, Bill Moran wrote: In response to Daniel Tourde [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I have at my disposal an Inspiron 9400 with an Intel CoreFreeBSD 6.2 is installed and rebuilt to fit the processor. The kerne l is in SMP mode. I noticed

Re: Intel Core Duo. SMP kernel but still only 50% load while using make on ports...

2007-02-07 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 04:44:42PM -0500, Bill Moran wrote: In response to Daniel Tourde [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I have at my disposal an Inspiron 9400 with an Intel CoreFreeBSD 6.2 is installed and rebuilt to fit the

FreeBSD 6.1 SMP Kernel - Cardbus issue

2006-07-09 Thread Brian Henning
Hello All, I am stuck on a FreeBSD 6.1 SMP Kernel issue that won't allow me to use my Cardbus wireless nic. I did a little digging and I found that a driver is not being loaded for the pci0 bridge device. Is there a way to load a driver for this device? I think this will resolve my issue

Re: smp kernel

2006-06-21 Thread Erik Norgaard
Michael P. Soulier wrote: Hello, Is SMP enabled in the GENERIC kernel? I have a hyperthreading box, and on Linux it shows up with two cpus. When I do a top on the box in FreeBSD I still see only one CPU. Also, sysctl -a | grep cpu only shows a dev.cpu.0. The GENERIC does not support SMP. If

smp kernel

2006-06-20 Thread Michael P. Soulier
Hello, Is SMP enabled in the GENERIC kernel? I have a hyperthreading box, and on Linux it shows up with two cpus. When I do a top on the box in FreeBSD I still see only one CPU. Also, sysctl -a | grep cpu only shows a dev.cpu.0. Mike -- Michael P. Soulier [EMAIL PROTECTED] Any intelligent

Re: smp kernel

2006-06-20 Thread Andy Reitz
On Tue, 20 Jun 2006, Michael P. Soulier wrote: Hello, Is SMP enabled in the GENERIC kernel? I have a hyperthreading box, and on Linux it shows up with two cpus. When I do a top on the box in FreeBSD I still see only one CPU. Also, sysctl -a | grep cpu only shows a dev.cpu.0. Hi Mike, If

Re: smp kernel

2006-06-20 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Tuesday 20 June 2006 19:01, Andy Reitz wrote: On Tue, 20 Jun 2006, Michael P. Soulier wrote: Hello, Is SMP enabled in the GENERIC kernel? I have a hyperthreading box, and on Linux it shows up with two cpus. When I do a top on the box in FreeBSD I still see only one CPU. Also, sysctl

Re: smp kernel

2006-06-20 Thread Björn König
Michael P. Soulier schrieb: Hello, Is SMP enabled in the GENERIC kernel? I have a hyperthreading box, and on Linux it shows up with two cpus. When I do a top on the box in FreeBSD I still see only one CPU. Also, sysctl -a | grep cpu only shows a dev.cpu.0. If you install FreeBSD 6.1 then you

panic on 5.4 SMP kernel when jailed apache is used heavily

2006-01-21 Thread Ruben Bloemgarten
Hi all, I upgraded a 5.3 system to 5.4 both with SMP kernels, I'm running 6 jails on a dual xeon 1.26 hp rackmount. When apache (both 1.3 and 2.0) is being used heavily the system panics. With a 5.4 GENERIC kernel or a 5.3 SMP kernel this behaviour does not happen and the system is stable

RE: panic on 5.4 SMP kernel when jailed apache is used heavily

2006-01-21 Thread Tamouh H.
Hi all, I upgraded a 5.3 system to 5.4 both with SMP kernels, I'm running 6 jails on a dual xeon 1.26 hp rackmount. When apache (both 1.3 and 2.0) is being used heavily the system panics. With a 5.4 GENERIC kernel or a 5.3 SMP kernel this behaviour does not happen and the system

RE: panic on 5.4 SMP kernel when jailed apache is used heavily

2006-01-21 Thread Ruben Bloemgarten
] On Behalf Of Tamouh H. Sent: January 21, 2006 4:18 PM To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: RE: panic on 5.4 SMP kernel when jailed apache is used heavily Hi all, I upgraded a 5.3 system to 5.4 both with SMP kernels, I'm running 6 jails on a dual xeon 1.26 hp rackmount. When apache

FreeBSD 5 - What Options for SMP Kernel?

2005-07-11 Thread Drew Tomlinson
I just built my first 5.4-RELEASE system. I want a SMP kernel. The GENERIC kernel conf file contains this line: device apic# I/O apic According to NOTES, this is all that's required to build an SMP kernel. However my dmesg does not indicate that both processors

Re: FreeBSD 5 - What Options for SMP Kernel?

2005-07-11 Thread Nelis Lamprecht
On 7/11/05, Drew Tomlinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just built my first 5.4-RELEASE system. I want a SMP kernel. The GENERIC kernel conf file contains this line: device apic# I/O apic According to NOTES, this is all that's required to build an SMP kernel

Re: FreeBSD 5 - What Options for SMP Kernel? -- SOLVED

2005-07-11 Thread Drew Tomlinson
On 7/10/2005 11:55 PM Nelis Lamprecht wrote: On 7/11/05, Drew Tomlinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just built my first 5.4-RELEASE system. I want a SMP kernel. The GENERIC kernel conf file contains this line: device apic# I/O apic According to NOTES

FreeBSD 5.3R SMP Kernel not detecting 2nd CPU in a HP DL360

2005-03-25 Thread Greg Eden
and the additional CPUs were not launched. Thinking that perhaps my custom kernel conf was at fault, I compiled a GENERIC smp kernel with: # cd /usr/obj # chflags -R noschg * # rm -rf * /usr/src/# make buildkernel KERNCONF=SMP /usr/src/# make installkernel KERNCONF=SMP After reboot the dmesg output

RE: SMP kernel

2005-02-17 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, Kara Chapman wrote: Thanks for your help -- that seems to have fixed the problem. You mentioned that it was only a temporary fix, so what do you suggest doing now? Is this a bug that I should report? FYI, the error below is probably not causing actual problems, but we

RE: SMP kernel

2005-02-15 Thread Kara Chapman
, 2005 3:10 PM To: Kara Chapman Cc: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: SMP kernel On Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 02:08:25PM -1000, Kara Chapman wrote: Hi, I am running FreeBSD 5.3 and have recently rebuilt the kernel to use SMP. Ever since, I get these error messages from postfix

Errors from postfix with mpsafenet=1 (Re: SMP kernel)

2005-02-15 Thread Kris Kennaway
@freebsd.org Subject: Re: SMP kernel On Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 02:08:25PM -1000, Kara Chapman wrote: Hi, I am running FreeBSD 5.3 and have recently rebuilt the kernel to use SMP. Ever since, I get these error messages from postfix on a regular basis: postfix/smtpd[49491

SMP kernel

2005-02-14 Thread Kara Chapman
Hi, I am running FreeBSD 5.3 and have recently rebuilt the kernel to use SMP. Ever since, I get these error messages from postfix on a regular basis: postfix/smtpd[49491]: fatal: accept connection: Invalid argument Does anyone know what this means and if it's at all related to the new

Re: SMP kernel

2005-02-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 02:08:25PM -1000, Kara Chapman wrote: Hi, I am running FreeBSD 5.3 and have recently rebuilt the kernel to use SMP. Ever since, I get these error messages from postfix on a regular basis: postfix/smtpd[49491]: fatal: accept connection: Invalid argument

Free BSD 5.3 SMP Kernel

2005-01-29 Thread Robert Slade
Hi, I am new to Free BSD ( and Linux) and have just setup a rather old Proliant 5000 as a test machine. It has Quad PII processors and I would like to make use of them. The Install CDs only come with the 'Standard' kernel. Looking through the handbook implies that support for multiple processors

Re: Free BSD 5.3 SMP Kernel

2005-01-29 Thread Jon Mercer
is the same, IIRC. Edit in: quote # To make an SMP kernel, the next two are needed options SMP # Symmetric MultiProcessor Kernel device apic# I/O APIC /quote You will also want to change things like ident to MYSYSTEMNAME. There are a plethora of other

Re: Free BSD 5.3 SMP Kernel

2005-01-29 Thread Jorn Argelo
On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 11:12:57 +, Robert Slade wrote Hi, I am new to Free BSD ( and Linux) and have just setup a rather old Proliant 5000 as a test machine. It has Quad PII processors and I would like to make use of them. The Install CDs only come with the 'Standard' kernel. Looking

Re: Free BSD 5.3 SMP Kernel

2005-01-29 Thread Robert Slade
the /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/GENERIC file to /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/MYSYSTEMNAME Upper case system names are traditionally used for the kernel config file in unix. HP-UX is the same, IIRC. Edit in: quote # To make an SMP kernel, the next two are needed options SMP

FreeBSD 5.3 STABLE SMP Kernel

2004-12-02 Thread Ronnie Clark
Hello all, I hope what I have is a simple question. I have a dual proc machine, that I have loaded 5.3 RELEASE on and then updated it to STABLE. While reading the Handbook I see where the GENERIC kernel has SMP built in via the SMP file in /usr/src/sys/i386/conf directory. So, to enable SMP

Re: FreeBSD 5.3 STABLE SMP Kernel

2004-12-02 Thread Benjamin Walkenhorst
. So, to enable SMP for my custom kernel, do I simply need to edit SMP to include my custom kernel name? From my kernel config: # To make an SMP kernel, the next two are needed options SMP # Symmetric MultiProcessor Kernel device apic# I/O APIC Enjoy! =) Kind

SMP kernel with RAID

2004-03-09 Thread Dan Rue
Howdy, Ok, Here's the brief specs dual 2.4 Xeons Adaptec Raid-5 SCSI Everything works fine with a 4.9-p3 generic kernel. However, when I enable SMP and rebuild the kernel, boot hangs at this step: Waiting 15 seconds for SCSI devices to settle (noperiph:sym0:0:-1:-1): SCSI BUS reset delivered.

Re: SMP kernel with RAID

2004-03-09 Thread Dan Rue
On Tue, Mar 09, 2004 at 11:22:51AM -0600, Dan Rue wrote: Howdy, Ok, Here's the brief specs dual 2.4 Xeons Adaptec Raid-5 SCSI Everything works fine with a 4.9-p3 generic kernel. However, when I enable SMP and rebuild the kernel, boot hangs at this step: Waiting 15 seconds for SCSI

Re: SMP kernel with RAID

2004-03-09 Thread Michael L. Squires
Dan Rue On Tue, Mar 09, 2004 at 11:22:51AM -0600, Dan Rue wrote: Howdy, Ok, Here's the brief specs dual 2.4 Xeons Adaptec Raid-5 SCSI Is SMP flaky in 4.9 or something? This is my first SMP build.. No problems here with two SMP systems, but they are both older PII/PIII

SMP-kernel (5.2.1) - really two CPUs active?

2004-02-27 Thread a
Upon setting up a machine with HT-CPU (P4 2.6GHz) I wonder if there's any way to display the actual workload on the virtual CPUs. First of all, here's what my /var/log/messages says: Feb 27 15:47:50 beastie kernel: CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.60GHz (2593.68-MHz 686-class CPU) Feb 27

SMP kernel option

2004-01-19 Thread Didier WIROTH
Hi, I'm a bit confused. In /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/NOTES it is written: # Be sure to disable 'cpu I386_CPU' for SMP kernels. Do they mean you have to completely remove the cpu option from the custom file, at this time I'm using this in my custom kernel: cpu I686_CPU options

Re: SMP kernel option

2004-01-19 Thread Melvyn Sopacua
On Monday 19 January 2004 18:15, Didier WIROTH wrote: In /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/NOTES it is written: # Be sure to disable 'cpu I386_CPU' for SMP kernels. Do they mean you have to completely remove the cpu option from the custom file, at this time I'm using this in my custom kernel: cpu

asus a7m-266d freezes after put under load (SMP KERNEL)

2003-08-18 Thread Ray Hicks
I am running FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE P#7 with and SMP kernel and the box seems to hang as soon as it is under load for about 2 minutes. I dont get any log or panic signal and the debug.log is empty as well. I cvsup my sources but I cannot build as the machine will halt about 2 minutes

Re: SMP kernel hanging after testing 8254 intr delivery (RELENG_4)

2003-07-02 Thread Lars Köller
-- Hello, anything news concerning my SMP problem with the Fujitsu-Siemens RX300 system? Would be nice to have SMP running at Friday evening, when I have to go into production. Thanks and best regards Lars -- E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]\ Lars Köller [EMAIL

Re: SMP kernel hanging after testing 8254 intr delivery (RELENG_4)

2003-07-01 Thread Lars Köller
Fujitsu-Siemens-Boards - zumindest aus meiner Sicht, denn das D1306 macht auch extreme Probleme, sobald es ein SMP-Kernel verwendet wird... Du könntest mal diesen Patch versuchen: http://www.bnv-bamberg.de/home/ba3294/smp/files/notes/n000107.txt This patch didn't fix the problem. vielleicht

Re: SMP kernel hanging after testing 8254 intr delivery (RELENG_4)

2003-07-01 Thread Lars Köller
-- Hi, sorry, I've forgotten in my last mail to attache the mp_table output. Is anything else needed? === MPTable, version 2.0.15

SMP kernel hanging after testing 8254 intr delivery (RELENG_4)

2003-06-30 Thread Lars Köller
Hi experts, I need urgently help or a patch for FreeBSD-4-STABLE on a Fujitsu-Siemens RX300 hardware: - The non-SMP kernel runs well - With the SMP kernel a lockup occur after the 8254 interrupt delivery is tested: ... APIC_IO: Testing 8254 interrupt delivery I've

Re: SMP kernel installation

2003-01-08 Thread Khairil Yusof
On Tue, 2003-01-07 at 14:18, shubha mr wrote: For a multiprocessor machine,to install FreeBSD,is something extra needs to be done from what will be done to install the OS for a uni processor machine?I mean is there anything different to be installed for a symmetric multi processor machine?

Re: SMP kernel installation

2003-01-08 Thread Ceri Davies
On Wed, Jan 08, 2003 at 06:37:56PM +, Stacey Roberts wrote: You just need to uncomment/enable these options in the GENERIC kernel configuration like so: #cpuI486_CPU cpu I586_CPU cpu I686_CPU Is *this* actually correct? Looks as if you've

SMP kernel installation

2003-01-06 Thread shubha mr
Hi, For a multiprocessor machine,to install FreeBSD,is something extra needs to be done from what will be done to install the OS for a uni processor machine?I mean is there anything different to be installed for a symmetric multi processor machine? thanks shubha

Re: SMP kernel installation

2003-01-06 Thread Mike Hogsett
Sorry after re-reading my reply one thing I did not make clear Install freebsd as you would with a uniprocessor machine, then boot that install and do what I recommend below - Mike You need to recompile the kernel with the SMP options turned on, install the kernel and reboot. On a

SMP kernel on Compaq DL380 G3.

2002-12-18 Thread John S . Hong
Has anyone gotten the FreeBSD SMP kernel to boot on a Compaq DL380 G3? There was a known problem in the G2s where you had to set the OS option to Linux in the Compaq BIOS for the SMP kernel to boot correctly. However, this does not appear to work on the G3s. There are two BIOS options which