Re: Want uni-processor kernel on FC5 x86_64

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Chong Yu Meng schrieb:
On Fri, 2006-08-25 at 15:04 +0200, Harald Grossauer wrote:
Harald Grossauer wrote:
Andy Green wrote:
Harald Grossauer wrote:

since the upgrade to FC5.x86_64 (from FC3.x86_64) Thunderbird
sometimes locks up when downloading large emails (not always
reproducible), Firefox frequently hangs (irreproducibly) without
apparent reason. Starting both programs with "strace -f ..." shows
that the last system call before lockups are futex syscalls. So I
thought there might be some race condition? Maybe it has to do with
the SMP kernel used by default in 64bit FC5? Is there a way to get a
"FC5.x86_64-standard kernel" without SMP?


Hi Harald,

Can you give us the model and make of your motherboard? You ma want to
Google a bit to see if your motherboard has any known bugs.

Here is the output of PC Wizard:


Product :    A8N-SLI Premium
Version :    1.02
Serial Number :    123456789000
Support MP :    Yes, 1 CPU(s)
Version MPS :    1.4


Manufacturer :    Phoenix Technologies, LTD
Version :    ASUS A8N-SLI Premium ACPI BIOS Revision 1009
Date :    21 Oktober 2005
Address :    0xE000 on 512 KB
Copyright :    Copyright (C) 2005, Phoenix Technologies, LTD
ID :    10/21/2005-NF-CK804-A8NSLI-P-00
OEM Signature :    ASUS A8N-SLI Premium ACPI BIOS Revision 1009
DMI Version :    2.3


General Information : NorthBridge : nVidia nForce4
NorthBridge :    AMD Athlon 64 / Opteron Bridge
SouthBridge :    nForce4 PCI to ISA Bridge

NorthBridge Information : Architecture : HUB
Manufacturer :    nVidia (ASUSTeK Computer Inc)
Codename :    CK8-04
Revision :    A3

NorthBridge Information : Architecture : HUB
Manufacturer :    AMD
Revision :    0
HTT Frequency :    201 MHz
Memory Bus Speed :    201 MHz

APIC Information : Version : 1.01
Maximum Interrupts :    24
IRQ Handler enabled :    No

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