[CentOS-virt] xen kernel showing only one processor on SMP

Mon May 19 22:54:02 UTC 2008
Hristo Benev <foxb at abv.bg>

 >Date: Sun, 18 May 2008 08:42:16 -0700
 >From: gen2 <gen2 at planetofidiots.com>
 >Subject: Re: [CentOS-virt] xen kernel showing only one processor on
 >	SMP
 >To: Discussion about the virtualization on CentOS
 >	<centos-virt at centos.org>
 >Message-ID: <48304E58.10103 at planetofidiots.com>
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 >Hristo Benev wrote:
 >> What if you boot with other kernel?
 >> If you have the same result maybe BIOS update is required for your server?!
 >Hi thanks for the response
 >BIOS is updated and current, if I boot to gentoo liveCD, I see the 
 >expected 4 processors. This server has indeed shown TWO processors using 
 >centOS xen-kernel before, but now after some time and upgrades I notice 
 >there is only one (again!).
 >Is it as simple as BIOS in every case, or is there some other path to 
 >discovering the problem I can try? (I have done many many hours of forum 
 >searches and googling on this issue) Thank you
 >CentOS-virt mailing list
 >CentOS-virt at centos.org
 >End of CentOS-virt Digest, Vol 9, Issue 10

The kernel does not support your ACPI BIOS (most probably).

You may try to disable ACPI or better fill bug report in CentOS bugtracker.

Всичко за Евро 2008 !!!