According to Alexandru it should work like that for a SLC4 system: Costin has confirmed that for SLC5 steps 1 to 4 are obsolete.

  1. ssh to lnxatdsrv02
  2. cd to /usr/src/
  3. execute "sudo /client_installation_slc4/usr/src/switch_2_SMP" to switch to SMP mode
  4. execute "sudo /client_installation_slc4/usr/src/switch_2_UP" to switch to UP mode
  5. ssh to pcatd103 (or any other hosts that boots from a sysadmin server)
  6. run "rebootwith" to choose between a SMP or UP kernel
  7. reboot the host if necessary
  8. compile the drivers

-- MarkusJoos - 05 Sep 2007

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