Re: NUMA but not SMP

From: Peter Chubb <>
Date: 2006-07-06 10:23:18
>>>>> "Tony" == Tony Luck <Luck> writes:

Tony> What does NUMA && !SMP mean?  Should selecting NUMA force SMP?

I can imagine meanings for this combination.. e.g. booting a machine with
multiple memory nodes, but only one processor.  But whether this is
useful is a different matter.  Maybe NUMA should select SMP, as you suggest.
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