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Old 5th January 2009
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Default 7.1-RELEASE AMD64 SMP kernel???

Hi,

I may be hallucinating but I was sure FreeBSD shows each of the CPUs in top. I just installed 7.1-RELEASE from the AMD64 DVD and only one CPU is showing. I can't find a kernel package on the disk.

Isn't the default kernel SMP-enabled? Does anybody know anything about this?

Thanks,
Rand

Edit: more info: I do see "CPU 1 LAUNCHED!" on the startup so presumably the kernel is SMP-enabled.
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