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Re: Quick question.
Just again. I do not try to explain, I report observations -:). > > On Wed, Aug 04, 2004, Alexei Roudnev wrote: > > > > I said - it WORKS. 1 spin - warning - someone opens system and kills a run > > away process... Never saw 2 spins (because first one was killed before > > second one). Btw, such systems (2 CPU) are even more stable in case of run > > away device drivers. > > I call crapola. Modern _modern_ systems may have _some_ of the device drivers > running on seperate CPUs but they're still running in kernel mode. > > A runaway device driver means you're toast. > > Now, a very very busy device, thats a seperate story. Having one CPU > handle all of your disk/network IO and the second CPU handle all of your > processes may alleviate some of the pain. May. There's more to it than > just offloading stuff. If your processes are all _depending_ on IO to > occur then you may end up with random crappy starvation situations. > > This has nothing to do with NANOG. Lets talk about DCEF bugs or something. > > > > > > Adrian > > -- > Adrian Chadd I'm only a fanboy if > <email@example.com> I emailed Wesley Crusher. > > >