Re: Probing for physical number of cpus.

From: Roy Dragseth <Roy.Dragseth_at_cc.uit.no>
Date: 2005-11-03 19:10:34
On Friday 28 October 2005 14:43, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> Roy Dragseth <Roy.Dragseth@cc.uit.no> writes:
> > Do anyone know how to figure out the physical number of cpus in an ia64
> > system?  No, /proc/cpuinfo wont do because the kernel is booted with
> > maxcpus=1.
>
> Read and parse the ACPI tables off of /dev/mem, starting with the address
> from /sys/firmware/efi/systab.

Yikes!  Thanks for the answer.  I've been toying around with pmtools/acpidump 
which gives me a text dump, but I'm still a bit confused (to say the least).

r.

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