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On 21/11/10 03:42, Brice Goglin wrote:
> So, it looks like running lstopo on the tarball doesn't work fine. It
> doesn't see any caches (which may be related to /proc/device-tree/ too).
OK, so the weird thing is that 1.1rc2 on this x86-64 laptop
seems to show the right thing, but 1.1rc2 on the PPC64 box
> If so, first check that /tmp/sles10sp1-ppc64/proc/device-tree/
> seems to contain what's also in /proc/device-tree/
Way different, the captured version just has
proc/device-tree/cpus and none of the rest.
> Then reconfigure with --enable-debug and send the whole
> stdout/stderr of "HWLOC_FSROOT=/tmp/sles10sp1-ppc64 lstopo"
OK, here's both a good run and a bad run for you to compare.
Christopher Samuel - Senior Systems Administrator
VLSCI - Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative
Email: samuel_at_[hidden] Phone: +61 (0)3 903 55545
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