[CentOS] 2 CPU's problem(Centos5)

Anas Alnaffar a.alnaffar at tijaritelecom.com
Sat Jan 9 05:52:02 UTC 2010

Hello Peter,

Thanks for reply,
Actually the Bios can see Dual Processor(no problem), so I think it's
"broken" install problem, but how can I fix it without reinstalling the
system, please find the two attached files .

Anas Al-Naffar

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Kjellstrom [mailto:cap at nsc.liu.se] 
Sent: Thursday, January 07, 2010 1:46 PM
To: centos at centos.org
Cc: Anas Alnaffar
Subject: Re: [CentOS] 2 CPU's problem(Centos5)

On Wednesday 06 January 2010, Anas Alnaffar wrote:
> Dears,
> I hope this email finds you well and in a very good health,
> I've been installed Centos5 on HP DL380 G5 server(Dual Processor), but 
> actually we are unable to see the other CPU

Centos-5 works correctly with "HP DL380 G5 server(Dual Processor)" without
modifications. So you're chasing either a hardware configuration problem or
a "broken" install.

The contents of /proc/cpuinfo and the output of "dmesg" would allow us to
give you better help.

> , during boot I get this error
> message,
> Module microcode doesn't exit  /proc/modules

This is not the cause. It's a non-fatal warning that can be ignored.


> Please advise.
> Thanks
> Anas Al-Naffar
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