On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 20:57, Diego Calleja García wrote:
> I did a patch wich makes dmesg output of SMP machines better. Well, it doesn't
> adds or removes any line; but it says "CPUX:". The patch ugly, basically
> it adds smp_processor_id() output in every printk i found. I did it because
> IMHO messages like "Intel machine check architecture supported" in a SMP machine
> are ugly. I'd found it specially nice for big SMP boxes because this does dmesg
> easily grep'able.
> -Initializing CPU#0
> +CPU0: Initializing
> -Calibrating delay loop... 1602.35 BogoMIPS
> +CPU0: Calibrating delay loop... 1602.35 BogoMIPS
Wont it be more consistant to rather use CPU#0, CPU#1, etc ?
-- Martin Schlemmer
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