Paul Rusty Russell (
Sat, 05 Dec 1998 16:28:10 +1130

In message <> you write:
> > If this prints 1, that's the problem.
> It's very possible that this routine is getting wrong information. My linux
> box has two CPU's, but they're numbered 0 and 4 for some reason. I will
> apply the patch this afternoon and try again.

You mean that smp_processor_id() returns 0 and 4?

I assumed smp_processor_id() < smp_num_cpus: SMP hackers, is this

If so, I have to find a new upper bound for smp_processor_id() for
SMP, or rewrite much of ip_fw.c...


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