> On Mon, 26 Mar 2001, John P. Looney wrote:
>> > I used to think that, until some of the first SMP versions of
> > Linux were just able to accept interrupts to one CPU
>> Alpha port still does this.
Really? Is it a hardware limitation or just that they haven't
got around to hacking the kernel properly?
And is it a limitation of PC-style Alpha boards or other Alpha
platforms as well? If it's just PC-style boards, then my
previous comment still stands :-)
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