Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
> Jan Kiszka wrote:
>> Disabling SMP (on platforms where this isn't off by design already) is
>> an optimization. In contrast, not enabling it by default is doomed to
>> cause problems for users that run ./configure without looking into each
>> and every switch - now that CONFIG_SMP is very important for all the
>> fast locking stuff.
> I would consider setting CONFIG_SMP by default on x86... because on some
> other architectures like arm, it is not even yet a valid configuration.

But it is on PowerPC or IA64. Would it cause troubles for the
non-SMP-ready archs? Then we can disable it on those selectively.


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