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Re: Max CPUs on RHEL 4 (x86_64 or i686)?



inode0 wrote:

> Thanks for pointing that out, I'm embarrassed to say I did not notice
> the difference between the sections that you just pointed out to me. I
> am frequently asked about the difference between AS and ES and think
> my understanding was just confirmed. I work in one of those site
> subscription sorts of places.
> 
> Thanks,
> John
> 

No problem John. Note that there are real differences in the pckages for
AS compared to ES.

The most significant is that RHEL4 AS has a largesmp kernel specifically
optimized for big iron. The ES variant does not have that.


Cheers,
Michael



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