bill at Princeton.EDU
Tue Sep 21 15:25:56 UTC 2004
From the "About" page of caosity.org, this appears to have been true of
the CentOS-2 release but not of CentOS-3:
"The cAos project also fosters the development of two Enterprise Linux
solutions, CentOS-2 and CentOS-3, based on Redhat Enterprise Linux AS
2.1 and 3 ES respectively."
seth vidal wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-09-21 at 10:15, Bill Wichser wrote:
>>Thank you for the long awaited x86_64 port!
>>Looking through the RedHat pages concerning their EL releases, I find
>>that the ES and WS versions claim to support only 2 CPUs while the AS
>>version supports, well, more. With the CentOS releases following the ES
>>releases, can I assume that this too is limited to two CPUs?
>>Is this a kernel issue or something else? Should I be thinking of
>>loading a non-CentOS release on a quad Opteron box?
> unless I'm delusional I thought centos is based off of AS, not ES.
> Am I wrong about that?
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