On Mon, May 22, 2000 at 01:36:39PM -0700, Kanoj Sarcar wrote:
> If at all possible, I would suggest working with top of trunk as
> of now. Known problems: UP kernel does not do networking (but SMP
> kernels do!).
Indeed, I tried an UP kernel, will retry SMP.
> My work hours next few days to couple of weeks will be choppy at best,
> but I will try to see what's up.
Does that mean you'll be moving back to the US?
> Ralf, see if you can pitch in, I think it has something to do with
> the way we initialize stuff during bootup.
> John, init 0 panicing the machine is a known problem. Takes a few
> minutes to fix, I will try to see. Suggest you do a "reboot" in
> the meantime.
> Ralf, about sending results of our o2000 efforts outside - I was
> thinking of sending a message to linux-kernel and linux-mm soon,
> once we can get a kernel compile running "okay" on the 16 node,
> 32 p, 11 pci bus, 24 scsi controller, 13 disk, 3G memory machine.
> (Multiple network interfaces wouldn't hurt, but initially a single
> interface is fine, I guess). While most of this is tested piecemeal,
> the combined thing has not been tested. Todo before that: get clearance
> from Simon/Rich/Nancy about the (informal) announcement.
Ok, which big Origins are testing on btw? I only know the names of a
few relativly small machines.