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Old 04-17-2008, 06:12 PM
"Andrew @ ATM Logic"
 
Default Edit to change startup from SMP to not so SMP

I have an issue on a
server that stops to ask SMP or not so SMP on bootup.* Its a pain as its a
remote unit, and if I update (or the power goes out for 3 hours) the server will
not restart....
*
I remember back in
the day editing a start up file to tell it what kernel to start...**
Is that the file I am looking for to tell it to autostart smp???*

*
Anyone have a 101 on
how to do this?
*
Thanks,
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Old 04-17-2008, 06:15 PM
Tom Brown
 
Default Edit to change startup from SMP to not so SMP

I have an issue on a server that stops to ask SMP or not so SMP on
bootup. Its a pain as its a remote unit, and if I update (or the
power goes out for 3 hours) the server will not restart....

I remember back in the day editing a start up file to tell it what
kernel to start... Is that the file I am looking for to tell it to
autostart smp???

Anyone have a 101 on how to do this?



what OS ?

either /etc/grub.conf or /etc/lilo.conf

probably the former unless old

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Subject: Re: [Fedora-packaging] 32- and 64-bit softwares living together
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Hi Rex,

On Thu, 2008-04-17 at 12:41 -0500, Rex Dieter wrote:

S=E9rgio Durigan J=FAnior wrote:
> Hello folks,
>=20
> I would like to know if there are any efforts to make both 32- and
> 64-bit versions of the same package "live" together in a system.
=20
32/64 bit versions of any/all packages? No.
=20
But if the pkg's in question satisfy fedora's notion/definition of=20
multilib (which is complicated in itself), yes.


Well, what happens is that in some archs (specifically PowerPC in our
case) it's very common to have a biarch environment (i.e., 64-bit kernel
and mixed 32/64-bit userspace), so it's not a strange thing to have both
versions of some software installed in the system. I've used Perl as an
example, but I can cite a lot more packages that may need to be
installed correctly in a biarch environment (Python, PHP, Ruby, Apache).
That's the rationale behind my question :-).

BTW, can you please tell me where can I find the multilib definition?
I've been reading
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackagingDrafts/MultilibTricks , but I
don't know if it's official.

Thanks,

--=20
S=E9rgio Durigan J=FAnior
Linux on Power Toolchain - Software Engineer
Linux Technology Center - LTC
IBM Brazil

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