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



Gaddis, Jeremy L. wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Feb 2007, inode0 wrote:
>> Every time you open your mouth I learn something new. I glanced at the
>> base package lists and didn't see any obvious difference between the
>> two. On the not too big iron around here I hadn't noticed any problems
>> with using either flavor. How big does the big iron need to be before
>> the benefits of the largesmp support kicks in?
> 
> Or, on a similar note, does running AS on "small iron" have any
> detrimental effects that would be "fixed" by running ES?
> 
> 

No at all, except - choose the right kernel -.

ie it is reasonably obvious that running hugemem on a i686 system with
1GB RAM will not be a good choice ( Since it is intedned for *GB - 16GB
or more systems ).

Cheers



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