This is a discussion on RE: Multiple CPUs not working - DNS ; Ok sounds like its not worth it than. Right if binds load is such U need both cpus it may be time to get another dns server. Or maybe migrate to TinyDNS Opps I said the "T" word hehe -matt ...
Ok sounds like its not worth it than. Right if binds load is such U need both
cpus it may be time to get another dns server.
Or maybe migrate to TinyDNS
Opps I said the "T" word hehe
--- James Bourne
> When you compile BIND make sure you supply the --enable-threads option.
> Also make sure you have an SMP kernel running. If Linux: cat /proc/cpuinfo.
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> Subject: Multiple CPUs not working
> Hello All,
> I read a while back about someone having problems getting named to recognize
> their DUAL CPU's ( or more ).
> I too am having the same problem in that logs say named started with 1 CPU
> I in fact have 2 CPUS ( Xeons ).
> I tried the -n 2 option but still says 1 cpu being used. In docs it says it
> will try to auto-detect your CPU environment and add them occordingly so
> -n 2 would not work as it should have worked auto-magically.
> Anyone get this to work with multiple CPUs?