I can't seem to find this answer in the archives.
I have diabled four CPUs using psradm. My question is will these CPUs
still be disabled after a reboot?
Unix System Administrator Taos - The SysAdmin Company
Got some Dr Pepper? San Francisco, CA bay area
< This line left intentionally blank to confuse you. >
psradm changes the cpu properties from operating system perspective, once the OS is rebooted u have everything fresh.
> I can't seem to find this answer in the archives.
> I have diabled four CPUs using psradm. My question is will these CPUs
> still be disabled after a reboot?
I have marked a number of CPUs in a machine no-intr using psradm.
I can't see that this has changed anything on disk anywhere, so I am
slightly worried that this change will not persist across a reboot.
Will it? I am running Solaris 10, and the manuals are drawing a blank.
If not, is there a canonical place to put this initialisation?
That must be wonderful! I don't understand it at all.
6. New MBR