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CHANGELOGS.txt SGI ProPack 4(TM) for Linux(R) Service Pack 2 Changelogs ======================================================== Copyright (c) 2005 Silicon Graphics, Inc. All rights reserved. The changes introduced in SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 are outlined below. Bug numbers from Silicon Graphics bug tracking system are included for reference. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Array Services (bugfixes/improvements) - fixed arrayd services start after update to SP2 (#935458) - fixed ARRAYD_ELCHECK/ARRAYD_ELAGE to work as described in manpage (#926317) - fixed arrayd fails to start with increased file descriptors (#937565) - fixed arrayd hung in futex state (#935948) - fixed arrayd port information (#926485) - fixed arrayd only uses default group when starting mpi programs (#938067) - fixed arrayd unable to send exit signal (#936592) - fixed ASH failing to generate unique host id in top 16 bits (#926484) - fixed unique ASH values assignment (#936377) - fixed array services relnote's quickstart section formating (#930857) - fixed arshell/asremexec exploit (#937936) - fixed ASMalloc retries forever resulting in high load average (#934700) - changed /etc/init.d/array to use startproc -q (#935814) - fixed output of 'array who' not displayed properly (#924101) - fixed propogation of job IDs is broken (#936434) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Cpuset (bugfixes/improvements) - fixed cpuset bootcpuset to complain if not both cpus, mems specified (#933927) - fixed cpuset command chokes on cpusets with empty cpus or mems (#930732) - fixed cpuset command -i with default command segv's (#930731) - changed cpuset documentation to explain ENOSPC, how to create a cpuset (#930734) - added cpuset -F (cpuset family create) option to exclude other children (#930939) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Cpuset and Bitmask Libraries (bugfixes/improvements) - fixed bitmask library document error: cpuset_cpuslength() and cpuset_memslength() (#933108) - changed cpuset import to complain if left over tokens (#933925) - fixed cpuset_mount() routine to return mount point of cpuset file system (#933566) - fixed cpusets to handle > 508 cpus (#937268) - fixed cpuset.html installation path error (#933043) - fixed display of nul bitmask doesn't nul input buffer (#931633) - updated libcpuset scanning of /proc/sgi_sn/sn_topology (#931922) - fixed libbitmask bitmask_shiftleft() (#932461) - updated cpuset_create, cpuset_modify to undo partial results on error (#930838) - fixed libcpuset *_rel_to_sys routines to allow NULL for current cpuset (#930645) - updated cpuset to handle virtual address -> node translation (#924044) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated CSA & Job (bugfixes/improvements) - fixed csacom -j error (#937644) - fixed csajrep '-r' option (#932670) - added CONFIG_BSD_PROCESS_ACCT dependency to csa kernel module (#932556) - fixed csa to handle gid's > 65535 (#934767) - fixed csacom -b option (#931689) - fixed csacom -o option to wrote all records (#931107) - fixed csacom -T option to return correct himem data (#928194) - fixed csajrep manpage to remove unsupported -W option (#931884) - fixed csa_wracct(3) manpage to mention inclusion of (#928499) - fixed /etc/init.d/csa script to report errors properly (#927248) - fixed csawrite to prevent kernel panic (#927180) - changed pam_job.so to use libjob.so instead of a jobioctl call (#927825) - fixed user/group ownership for files created with dodisk (#935252) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added Digital Media Libraries and Tools (new feature; reqiures rtgfx kernel) - added dmedia_devices-1.0, dmedia_lib-1.0, dmedia_lib_debug-1.0 and dmedia_tools-1.0 packages -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Documentation (additions/updates) - added CHANGELOG.txt file - updated RPMS.txt and README.txt - updated SGI ProPack 4 Start Here Guide (007-4727-002) - updated SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Migration Guide (007-4719-002) - added REACT Real-Time for Linux Programmer's Guide (007-4746-002) - updated Linux Configuration and Operations Guide (007-4633-008) - updated Linux Resource Administration Guide (007-4413-009) - updated SGI L1 and L2 Controller Software User's Guide (007-3938-004) - added SGI Altix Architecture Considerations for Linux Device Drivers (007-4763-001) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated ESP (bugfixes/imrprovements) - fixed configmon to capture rpm install date (#933444) - fixed configmon -i to show serial number (#933894) - fixed GUI to display configuration help file (#929998) - fixed path to espnotify in GUI for create events (#935927) - fixed espconfig -unsubscribe if host alias is not set (#929255) - fixed installation directories (#929322) - fixed esp startup issues (#933935) - fixed incorrect group id in system table when adding new client (#930596) - fixed performance monitoring GUI issue (#929393) - fixed site report for SGI Altix systems (#931430) - fixed reporting and handling of registration and shutdown changes (#931680) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added Graphics Driver Support (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added fglrx-4_3_99_8.12.1 and fglrx-devel-4_3_99_8.12.1 driver packages - added modified sax2-4.8-103.22, saxident-1.1-1136.22.103.22 and XFree86-4.3.99.902-43.48 packages - added sg2flash-4_3_99_8_12_1.0.0 and sgi-gfxtools-1.0 packages -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added Image Format Library (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added IFL-1.5-3 and IFL-devel-1.5-3 packages (#933884) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated License Manager (bugfix/imrprovement) - changed spec file to create /etc/flexlma at installation time (#931224) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated lkcd/lcrash (bugfixes/improvements) - updated sgi-propack-configration package to require lkcdutils (#936374) - changed default LKCD config so that it is appropriate for sn2 (#932320) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Message Passing Interface (MPT) (bugfixes/improvements) - updated MPT to 1.12 (#933721) - fixed cross-coherence domain problem in MPI initialization code (#934935) - updated documentation for MPT 1.12 (#934612, #934132, #934961, #936820) - enabled MPI cross coherence optimizations dependent on processor (#934420) - increased MPT-on-IB bandwidth (#927972) - fixed buffer overrun in adi/env.c (#937654) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Numatools Commands (bugfixes/improvements) - fixed bcfree command to free slab cache (#934397) - fixed dlook to work properly (#931187) - fixed dplace placement file decode failures for some process names (#933788) - fixed dplace man pages to remove references to runon (#935642) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added OpenML Media Library (new feature; reqiures rtgfx kernel) - added ml-1.1.2, ml_audio-1.1.2, ml_nullxcode-1.1.2 and ml_ustsource-1.1.2 packages -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added OpenGL Multipipe Execution Environment (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added sgi-omp-2.5.2 package (#936836) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added OpenGL Multipipe SDK (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added sgi-mpk-3.2.0, sgi-mpk-demo-3.2.0 and sgi-mpk-devel-3.2.0 packages -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added OpenGL Performer (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added sgi-performer-3.2.1, sgi-performer-clipdemos-3.2.1, sgi-performer-demos-3.2.1, sgi-performer-demo-license-3.2.1, sgi-performer-devel-3.2.1, sgi-performer-docs-3.2.1 and sgi-performer-docs-print-3.2.1 packages (#938041) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added OpenGL Vizserver (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added sgi-vizserver-3.5.1, sgi-vizserver-devel-3.5.1 and sgi-vizserver-server-3.5.1 packages (#938865) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added OpenGL Volumizer (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added sgi-volumizer-2.9, sgi-volumizer-data-2.9 and sgi-volumizer-devel-2.9 packages (#938417) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Other Commands (bugfixes/improvements) - indented the perl scripts used for profiling (#933798) - fixed post-install error for sgi-propack-configuration rpm (#935009) - fixed profile.pl - incorrect idle % (#927921) - removed tg3-new mod from sgi-propack-configuration script (#934292) - removed tmp files used for sorting from analyze.pl and makemap.pl (#933339) - fixed udev_xscsi upgrade so that xscsi changes are not lost (#932666) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Partitioning (bugfixes/improvements) - updated XPMEM for fanwood processor support (#926787) - removed unnecessary calls to extend coherence domain (#936583) - removed bad printk in xpmem_restrict_memprotect (#937412) - improved handler for /proc/xpmem (#932879) - fixed panic caused by MPI program exec of tcsh -c limit (#937019) - fixed MCAs found during user application (#934378) - fixed scaling issue in xpmem (#929609) - fixed acc_list nulled out, oops in xpmem_clear_PTEs (#937289) - fixed mpi test failure and blastwave.mpi crash with xpmem (#935136) - fixed issue that caused xpmem to get stuck in get_user_pages() (#936967) - updated cross partitioning code for new hardware (#931510) - fixed MCA with write access error (#938010) - fixed xpmem failures while disconnecting from remote hosts (#934344) - fixed xpmem_flush_all_caches not completely clearing processor cache (#935975) - fixed xpmem hangs when MPI forks process for traceback (#936167) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated Performance Co-Pilot (bugfixes/improvements) - update to pcp-2.4.1 and pcp-sgi-2.4.1 packages (#927427) - updated pcp xvm agent (#933353) - added a persistent cache for instance domains in libpcp_pmda (#936506) - updated pcp to use long, xscsci device names when possible (#935349) - fixed unitialized stack variable used by diskstat (#935856) - fixed libpcp_mpi path to control file (#935419) - fixed linkstat reporting of ber and peak ber values (#933400) - fixed linkstat reports of values for intra-node links (#931616) - fixed pmda to handle /proc/slabinfo version 2.1 and return correct values (#928986) - moved pmdumptext to open source PCP package (#934913) - updated 'fcswitch' pmda to work with across platforms (#931632) - updated pmcd to better guard against illegal PUDs (#935490) - fixed numa.link instance domain which included disconnected links (#930125) - fixed pcp linux pmda to not ignore NICs with long names (#933665) - fixed scalability issues with disk stat monitoring (#939350) - fixed scalability issues with pcp scanning of /proc/diskstats (#932105) - fixed pcp-sgi to retain numa pmda from pmcd.conf after upgrades (#936975) - fixed __pmdaMainPDU leaks instance names (#934333) - fixed __pmdaMainPDU leaks __pmProfile objects (#936332) - updated pmshub support for large stout systems (#938045) - fixed pmcd which was trying to get no longer available proc.runq.pswap state (#923775) - fixed tg3 pmda to see unconfigured interfaces (#937243) - updated topdisk for big systems (#934733) - fixed topology command to handle changes to /proc/sgi_sn/sn_topology (#937508) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated PROM (bugfixes/improvements) - updated PROM to 4.30 (#938005) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added Real-Time Support (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added frs-1.0, uli-1.0, libsgirt-1.0, react-configuration-1.0, react-docs-4.2 and associated kernel module packages - added sched_setscheduler function to rtgfx kernel (#933965) - added external interrupt support (#918088) - added CLOCK_SGI_CYCLE realtime signals into rtgfx kernel (#932072) - added frame rate scheduler (frs) (#929780) - added SGI specific realtime interface library (libsgirt) (#933985) - added support for user level interrupts (uli) ( #933968) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added rtgfx kernel variant (new feature; for graphics, dmedia and real-time) - added several patches to kernel-sn-2.6.5-7.191 in support of graphics, real-time and digital media features - see patches.sgi.tar.bz2 in kernel-rtgfx-2.6.5-7.191.src.rpm for contents of SGI patches applied to the kernel -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated (Scientific Computing Software Library (SCSL) (bugfixes/improvements) - updated SCSL to 1.6.1 (#929833) - fixed application failure seen with sdsm 1.6 (#933391) - added man pages for pchegvx, pdsygvx, pssygvx, and pzhegvx (#930509) - updated SCSL mp libraries so that they build with -lguide (#931973) - fixed sgi-intel-compiler-runtimes to check for ld.so.conf before addiing it to /usr/lib/sgi (#923635) - fixed unalligned access from trivial scalapack application (#932437) - updated intel-compiler runtimes with v8.1 support (#929811) - updated SCSL release notes for release 1.6.1 (#936546) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated SGI ProPack Installer (bugfixes/improvements) - added new System Extensions CD - added sgi-build-key-1.0 rpm (#931348) - updated sgi-propack-configurations package to ensure SGI ProPack is listed in the YaST ProdDB (#933739) - added selection files for digital media, graphics and real-time features -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added Support for Capture Cards (new feature; requires rtgfx kernel) - added support for Capture Cards (#938077) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated System Administration Server for Storage Tools (bugfixes/improvements) - fixed cxdetail to allow modifications of reset policy for node (#931247) - fixed dependencies between sysadm packages (#931267) - updated GUI to use JAVA_HOME to find java files (#933172) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Added Tape Driver for DMF (new feature) - added ts kernel module needed for DMF (#933937) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated XSCSI (bugfixes/improvements) - updated LSI hba firmware (#936604) - fixed irixdiskqueue command to prevent lun movement on Engenio RAID products (#932374) - updated lsiutil for SAS drives and and 4Gb FC (#935752) - added script to set command queue depth from SGI volhdr queuing parameters (#933499) - fixed udev_xscsi support for sata disks (#938622) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- o Updated XVM (bugfixes/improvements) - added pmda to xvm-cmds package (#923776) - fixed failover premature attempts to next highest affinity (#934793) - fixed "help" dependency in pmdaxvm (#934162) - improved the /etc/init.d/xvm startup script (#928861) - updated xvm-cmds package (#933363) - removed inventory lookup from the top of xvm I/O path (#934743) - fixed panic in rmmod sgi-xvm (#928039) - reduced xvm code kernel time (#936634) - fixed xvm command cache memory leak (#935012) - fixed xvm to load load inventory in addition to sd devices (#928074) - fixed xvm to process failover2.conf (#934788) - fixed xvm license checking (#938457) - fixed xvm failover to pick up all paths (#935134) - remove inventory lookup from the bottom of xvm I/O path (#934745) - updated xvm to use the linux mempool infrastructure for xvm_queue_alloc (#934742) - fixed xvm related startup messages (#936396) - fixed crash in xvm reprobe foreign/* (#937683) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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README.txt SGI ProPack(TM) 4 for Linux(R) Service Pack 2 - Release Notes ============================================================= Copyright (c) 2005 Silicon Graphics, Inc. All rights reserved. CONTENTS ======== 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Before You Start 1.2 Major Highlights 1.3 SGI Software Product Life Cycle Management 1.4 Additional Information Online 2.0 Getting Started 2.1 Related Documentation 2.2 Installation 2.3 Software Updates 2.4 Notes on Migrating from SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4 3.0 Known Problems, Workarounds and Related Notes 4.0 Differences between SGI ProPack 3 and SGI ProPack 4 5.0 Reader Comments and Feedback 1.0 Introduction ----------------- This document contains the latest release information for SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2, known problems at the time of release, pointers to related documentation. The release notes for SGI ProPack 4 for Linux also contained a section outlining some differences between SGI ProPack 4 and earlier versions of SGI ProPack. SGI ProPack 4 SP2 is an overlay providing SGI added value to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Service Pack 2 (SLES9 SP2). It contains several packages and software features that provide additional capabilities for High Performance Computer (HPC) systems. SGI ProPack 4 SP2 can be installed directly on top of a system running SLES9 SP2, or, if installed in conjunction with For late breaking caveats and other information not included in these release notes, visit the SGI ProPack 4 pages on Supportfolio: http://support.sgi.com/content_request/329516/index.html Also available on Supportfolio is the SGI Software Support Policy. This document contains important information about major and minor releases, describes the different support modes, standard bugfix guidelines and the support policy overview for SGI ProPack for Linux. 1.1 Before You Start --------------------- Note the following prerequisites for using SGI ProPack 4 SP2 on SGI Altix systems: - requires SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 Service Pack 2 - PROM 4.20 or later version recommended PROM 4.20 should not be used with older SLES9 SP1 kernels. If you plan to switch between SLES9 SP1 and SLES9 SP2 kernels, you should not upgrade your PROM beyond 4.04. For customers upgrading to SGI ProPack 4 SP2 from any SGI ProPack 3 service pack, sytems must be running at least PROM 4.04 before attempting to install SLES9 SP2 or SGI ProPack 4 SP2. If you attempt to install SLES9 SP2 and/or SGI ProPack 4 SP2 before updating your PROM to at least PROM verion 4.04, the kernel will complain that the PROM version is too old and YOUR SYSTEM WILL NOT BOOT. To verify the PROM version running on your system, boot into the EFI shell and run the following command: fs0:\> flash -R To check the curretn PROM version running on a specific node while the system is running Linux, type the following command: $ cat /proc/sgi_prominfo/node0/version 4.20 To see the PROM version per node, use a command like the following: $ for node in /proc/sgi_prominfo/*; do echo $node `cat $node/version`; done /proc/sgi_prominfo/node0 3.32 /proc/sgi_prominfo/node1 3.32 /proc/sgi_prominfo/node2 3.32 /proc/sgi_prominfo/node3 3.32 If the PROM is not 4.04 or higher, stop here an update the PROM on your system before proceeding. PROM 4.20 is contained in the snprom RPM found on the SGI ProPack 4 for Linux SP2 CD2 - Proprietary Software CD. Both PROM 4.04 and PROM 4.20 can also be found on Supportfolio at the following locations: - Linux Patch 10130: PROM version 4.04 update for SLES9 http://support.sgi.com/content_request/682075/index.html - Linux Patch 10188: PROM version 4.20 update for SLES9 SP2 http://support.sgi.com/content_request/224729/index.html Once you have the PROM RPM, follow the steps outlined in the section entitled "Obtaining the Latest SGI Altix System Firmware" in the printed "SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Start Here" guide to update the PROM on your system. If the printed guide is not readily available, a PDF version is available in the /docs directory on the SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1. If your SGI Altix system is not yet running SLES9 SP2, open the printed "SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Start Here" guide to Chapter 2 - Software Planning and Installation and review the section entitled "Read Me First - Installing SLES9 with Service Pack 2 on Altix". If you are running SGI ProPack 3, any one of the SGI ProPack 3 Service Packs or an earlier version of SGI ProPack, note that upgrades are not supported. In order to run SLES9 SP2 and SGI ProPack 4 SP2, you will need to do a fresh installation. See section "2.4 Notes on Migrating from SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4" for additional information and steps you can take to make the migration easier. 1.2 Major Highlights --------------------- SGI ProPack 4 SP2 includes several popular packages that add to or improve the features in the base Linux distribution (SLES9 SP2), which enable technical and creative users to solve their big compute and data problems, including: - arsess-1.0 (Array Sessions) - clibffio-7.4.3 (Libraries and header file for FFIO) - cpuset-2.0 (cpuset processor and memory placement utilities) - csa-2.2.1 (Comprehensive System Accounting) - esp-3.0-2 (Embedded Support Partner (ESP) for Linux) - job-1.5.0 (commands, init scripts, libraries, etc. for Linux jobs) - kenrel modules for default, debug, 64k-pagesize and sn2 kernel variants - libarena-1.0 (Shared arena libraries) - libbitmask-2.0 (Multi-word bitmask abstract data type (used by cpusets)) - lmsgi-9.2.3-11857 (Floating License Run-Time Environment) - lsiutil-1.0 (LSI Fusion-MPT host adapter management utility) - numatools-1.0 (NUMA utilities to manage CPU placement of processes) - pcp-open-2.4.1-2 (Performance Co-Pilot open source component) - pcp-sgi-2.4.1-2 (Performance Co-Pilot visualization tools) - sgi-arraysvcs-3.7 (Array Services) - sgi-mpt-1.12 (Message-Passing Toolkit (MPT)) - sgi-profile-tools-1.0 (Open Source SGI Profile Tools) - sgi-propack-configuration-1.0 (SGI ProPack configuration recommendations) - sgi-scsl-1.6.1.0 (Scientific Computing Software Library (SCSL)) - xvm-cmds-4 (XVM Command line tools) - xpmem-1.0 (XPMEM - cross partitioning) In addition to the SGI ProPack 4 SP2 Open/Free Source Software CD (CD1) and the SGI ProPack 4 SP2 Proprietary Software CD (CD2), SGI ProPack 4 SP2 also provides one (1) new CD, the SGI ProPack 4 SP2 System Extensions CD (CD3). This CD contains packages to enable support of graphics, real-time and digital media tools and libraries, including: - dmedia_devices-1.0 (Digital Media Devices) - dmedia_lib-1.0 (Digital Media Libraries) - dmedia_support-1.0 (Digitial Media Support) - dmedia_tools-1.0 (Digital Media Tools) - fglrx-4_3_99_8.12.1 (XFree86 Display driver for the ATI graphics cards) - frs-1.0 (Frame Rate Scheduler) - IFL-1.5-3 (Image Format Library) - kernel-rtgfx-2.6.5-7.191 (Kernel for SGI Real-Time and Graphics systems) - kernel modules for the rtgfx kernel variant - libsgirt-1.0 (REACT Real-time for Linux development compatibility library) - ml-1.1.2 (OpenML Media Library) - react-configuration-1.0 (SGI REACT simple configuration) - sax2-4.8-103.22 (SuSE advanced X Window System-configuration (XFree86 4.x)) - saxident-1.1-1136.22.103.22 (SaX2 identity and profile information) - saxtools-2.2-1431.22.103.22 (X Window System tools for SaX2) - sg2flash-4_3_99_8_12_1.0.0 (Video BIOS Utility) - sgi-gfxtools-1.0 (Miscellaneous Licensed SGI Graphics Proprietary Tools) - sgi-mpk-3.2.0 (OpenGL Multipipe SDK Execution Only Environment, 3.2.0) - sgi-omp-2.5.2 (OpenGL Multipipe Execution Environment 2.5.2_200507121919) - sgi-performer-3.2.1-0 (OpenGL Performer Execution Only Environment) - sgi-vizserver-3.5.1 (OpenGL Vizserver 3.5.1) - sgi-volumizer-2.9 (OpenGL Volumizer 2.9 MR Execution Environment) - uli-1.0 (User Level Interrupts) - XFree86-4.3.99.902-43.48 (The basic fonts, programs and docs for X) The software components on the "System Extensions CD" require a kernel with additional capabilties not found in SLES9 SP2. The rtgfx kernel variant is built by adding several patches for graphics and real-time support to the kernel source that ships with the kernel in SLES9 SP2 (2.6.5-7.191). In addition to the kernel, graphics support also requires additional changes to the XFree86 and sax packages that ship with SLES9 SP2. In order to use the graphics, real-time or digital media capabilities in SGI ProPack 4 SP2, you must install the rtgfx kernel and the corresponding kernel modules for the rtgfx kernel variant. CAVEAT: Because the rtgfx kernel is not a standard SUSE kernel variant, it is not supported in any way by SUSE or Novell. Installation of the rtgfx kernel will also invalidate any existing system certifications with SLES9/SP2. Only users who require support for digital media, graphics or real-time should install any of the software from the "System Extensions CD". All other supported kernel variants (default, debug, 64k-pagesize and sn2) are provided by SUSE in the latest base operating system update, SLES9 SP2. SGI ProPack 4 SP2 contains kernel modules for all the kernel variants. Kernel modules for the rtgfx kernel are contained on the "System Extensions CD" (CD3). For a list of all packages, see the RPMS.txt file. For a list of all changes in SGI ProPack 4 SP2, see the CHANGELOGS.txt file. Both those files, as well as these release notes (README.txt) are located in the /docs directory on the SGI ProPack 4 SP2 Open/Free Source Software CD (CD1). 1.3 SGI Software Product Life Cycle Management ----------------------------------------------- In accordance with the SGI software product life cycle management strategy, SGI will announce support mode changes for existing software products. To view customer letters containing support mode changes announced, cumulative status tables, and the latest SGI Software Support Policy document that defines all of the support modes, visit the following page on Supportfolio Online at https://support.sgi.com/browse_request/linux_support_docs?DOCUMENT_TYPE=Linux+Support For any bundled and unbundled software products that are not released in Active Support Mode, SGI will specify the support mode status in the release documentation. 1.4 Additional Information Online ---------------------------------- Online caveats, release note updates, package indexes and other useful information is available on the SGI ProPack 4 for Linux pages on Supportfolio Online at the following location: http://support.sgi.com/content_request/329516/index.html Note that you must be logged into Supportfolio to access these pages. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.0 Getting Started -------------------- This section provides pointers to related documentation and installation resources as well as additional information about getting software updates and advice for sites migrating from earlier versions of SGI ProPack to SGI ProPack 4 SP2. If you have not yet registered your SLES9 software with Novell, please do so now by following the instructions provided on the registration card that came with your software. Only registered users are entitled to the resources that SUSE and Novell make available online. 2.1 Related Documentation -------------------------- One of the first documents you should look at is the printed SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Start Here (007-4727-002) guide that comes with new systems and orders of SGI ProPack 4. The Start Here can be found in the /docs directory on SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 and online at the techpubs website (http://techpubs.sgi.com). Other documentation created or updated for this release includes: - SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 Release Notes - SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 RPM Version Information - SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 Changelogs - SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4 Migration Guide (007-4719-002) - Linux Resource Administration Guide (007-4413-009) - Linux Configuration and Operations Guide (007-4633-008) - REACT Real-Time for Linux Programmer's Guide (007-4746-002) - SGI L1 and L2 Controller Software User's Guide (007-3938-004) - SGI Altix Architecture Considerations for Linux Device Drivers (007-4763-001) The Linux Resource Administration Guide and The Linux Configuration and Operations Guide contain valuable information about new features and functionality provided in the SGI ProPack 4 release. The SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4 Migration Guide is designed to help sites prepare for the migration from earlier SGI ProPack releases to SGI ProPack 4. For sites that are unfamiliar with SLES9, take a look at the following documentation, which can be found in the /docu directory of SLES9 SP2 CD2: - SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server Installation and Administration (manual.pdf) - SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server Start-Up Guide (startup.pdf) - SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server Architecture-Specific Information (preparation.pdf) SGI also strongly recommends reading through the release notes for SLES9 SP2, which can be found in the root directory of SLES9 SP2 CD2 in a file called Notes. For more SLES related documentation, visit the Novell website at http://www.novell.com/documentation/sles9/index.html 2.2 Installation ----------------- If you need to install (or re-install SLES9), you should start with "Part II Installation" in the Architecture-Specific Information (preparation.pdf), then proceed to the "Installation Considerations" and "Installation Procedure" sections in the Start-Up Guide (startup.pdf) before getting into YaST specifics in "Part I Installation" in the Installation and Administration guide (manual.pdf). "Chapter 2 Software Planning and Installation" in the SGI ProPack 4 Start Here (starthere.pdf) also contains some valuable information on installing SLES9 SP2. For instructions on how to install SGI ProPack 4, refer to the section entitled "How To Install SGI ProPack 4 for Linux with YaST" in Chapter 2 of the SGI ProPack 4 Start Here guide. Note that SGI ProPack 4 SP2 can be installed on a system which is already running SLES9 SP2, or at the same time (via a network install). 2.3 Software Updates --------------------- SGI customers are encouraged to use the YaST Online Update tool to keep the software on their systems updated with the latest maintenance fixes. For information on how to configure YaST Online Update (YOU) to download maintenance fixes for SUSE SLES9 and SGI ProPack 4, login to Supportfolio and then point your browser to http://you.sgi.com/ And you will be re-directed to a page with instructions on how to setup YaST Online Update. 2.4 Notes on Migrating from SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4 ----------------------------------------------------------- The SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4 contains pointers to much of the high- level information required to get sites started on the migration to SGI ProPack 4. This section covers more of the low-level implementation details. In order to facilitate the migration from SGI ProPack 3 to SGI ProPack 4, SGI recommends making backups of the following: - license files (e.g. FLEXlm license for XVM) - configuration files you may have modified. Use the following command to locate modified config files: $ rpm -V -a | grep "\b c" - any other files/data on the partition(s) where SLES9 SP2 and SGI ProPack will be installed After you have created backups/saved off the files, refer back to the documentation noted in section "2.2 Installation" above. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3.0 Known Problems, Workarounds and Related Notes -------------------------------------------------- Changes in SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - For a list of all changes in SGI ProPack 4 SP2 since SGI ProPack 4, see the CHANGELOGS.txt file located in the /docs directory on SGI ProPack 4 SP2 Open/Free Source Software CD (CD1) or in /usr/share/doc/sgi-propack-4 on systems running SGI ProPack 4 SP2. Online Caveats - Late breaking caveats can be found on the SGI ProPack 4 project pages on Supportfolio Online. For more information, refer to section "1.4 Additional Information Online" in these notes. Installation Issues - The default SLES9 kernel used by the installer only supports up to 128 processors. If your system is larger than 128p, the installer will print hub_intr_init messages for each node that provides processors numbered above 128. The message is normal and can be ignored. The messages will also appear when booting a system larger than 128p with the default, debug and 64k-pagesize kernel variants in SLES9 SP2. Large systems should use the sn2 kernel variant. - If you boot from the original SLES9 or SLES9 SP1 CDs, the fetchop and mmtimer modules are not added to MODULES_LOADED_ON_BOOT in /etc/sysconfig/kernel. The sgi-proapck-configurations package will search for mmtimer and fetchop, and if not found, will add them. Booting with the SLES9 SP2 CD1 will automatically add fetchop and mmtimer to the MODULES_LOADED_ON_BOOT list. - Putting a dual-port tg3 pci card in the pci slot next to the IO9/IO10 in SGI Altix system will cause the kernel to see the IO9 tg3 port as "eth2" and the dual-port tg3 card gets assigned "eth0" and "eth1". This can make SLES network installs very confusing. The workaround is to put the dual-port tg3 pci card in a different pci bus or to power down the dual- port tg3 card until the SLES9 or SLES9 SP1 installation is complete, the base I/O interface has been assigned a network and the persistent naming in SLES9 starts. - When installing both SLES9 SP2 and SGI ProPack 4 SP2 at the same time, you may see conflicts if you try to install or upgrade one of the standard SUSE kernels and the rtgfx kernel variant at the same time. To work around the conflict, make sure that you have selected only one kernel variant for install/upgrade. If you want to use multiple kernels on your system, refer to the instructions in section "4.6 Multiple Kernels" in the SLES9 SP2 Release Notes. System Configuration Adjustments - SGI ProPack makes several configuration adjustments to help make SGI Altix systems run more efficiently. These adjustments are made via the sgi-propack-configuration RPM, which is installed with SGI ProPack 4 SP2. Adjustments include: # chkconfig boot.sysctl on This makes it so that our sysctl changes get read at boot time. It is off by default. # chkconfig boot.udev on udev provides dynamic device naming support so that certain kernel modules that need device files in /dev can have them created on demand dynamically. udev is usually called by the hotplug subsystem; however, a few kernel modules, like those listed in MODULES_LOADED_ON_BOOT in /etc/sysconfig/kernel, start up before hotplug. This means the device files already in /dev could be out dated or incorrect for kernel modules loaded before udev starts. When boot.udev is enabled, it will go back and create proper device files for kernel modules already loaded. # chkconfig sysstat on This writes info about system startup to the sysstat log and enables the sysstat cron entry. This makes it so the sar tool has data to work with. sar can be used to report on system activity and is useful in performance analysis. # chkconfig boot.lkcd on This tells turns on the book.lkcd server that saves a dump after a crash and reboot so that users don't have to do it manually. Kernel Tuning -- /etc/sysctl.conf - SGI makes kernel tuning adjustments to help SGI Altix systems run more efficiently. To return to defaults, you can remove the referenced entries from /etc/sysctl.conf. However, the entries maybe restored to the SGI recommended values when you install future versions of SGI ProPack. If, instead of removing the lines, you comment them out, SGI ProPack upgrades will not update the commented out variables. # kernel.kdb We suggest enabling kdb by default. kdb is a kernel debugger and can be used in the event of a system crash to provide important information to SGI support staff. Please note that kdb is only available in the sn2 kernel variants, which is what SGI recommends sites run and the rtgfx kernel variant for sites that require graphics, digital media or real-time features. # fs.dir-notify-enable set to 0 This disables linux directory notification. Directory notification is described in the kernel documentation directory: /usr/src/linux/Documentation/dnotify.txt In addition, the fcntl(2) man page has information on this. This provides user notification to user programs when a directory or any file within changes. This is disabled because, on large SSI systems, there is a lot of lock contention which results in significant performance hits. There is a fix for these contention problems in later kernel releases, which will be integrated into a future SUSE SLES9 release. # net.core.* adjustments We make sysctl adjustments for these net.core variables: rmem_default set to 262144 rmem_max 524288 wmem_default 262144 wmem_max 524288 The meaning of these variables are defined in the kernel Documentation directory in this file: /usr/src/linux/Documentation/filesystems/proc.txt SGI increased the default values to allow for better network performance when using gigabit ethernet. Adjustments to LKCD - SGI adjusts the lkcd configuration so that lkcd dumps to the disk. Adjustments to Kernel Modules Loaded at Boot - SGI adds the following kernel modules, which are part of the base SLES9 SP2 release, to MODULES_LOADED_ON_BOOT to ensure proper functionality with SGI ProPack 4 SP2: # fetchop This kernel module provides SGI Altix small TLB memory mapping support. Some SGI ProPack packages require this kernel module to be loaded in order to function properly. # mmtimer This kernel module provides userspace access to the SGI Altix realtime clock. Some SGI ProPack packages require this kernel module to be loaded in order to function properly. # mca_recovery This kernel module provides additional facilities for recovering from memory errors in user land. Other packages in SGI ProPack 4 SP2 may add additional kernel modules to the MODULES_LOADED_ON_BOOT line. VM/Swappiness - As a general rule system administrators should refrain from changing the value of /proc/sys/vm/swappiness. For workloads where the amount of mapped (i. e. user allocated) memory exceeds the amount of available memory, setting swappiness to a value less than 60 can lead to livelock of the VM sub-system. To the user, this will look like a system hang. In specialized situations where the amount of allocated user memory is guaranteed to be significantly less than the total amount of available memory, but the system still begins to swap due to a large I/O load, the system administrator can reduce the amount of swapping by setting /proc/sys/vm/swappiness to values as small as 0. Under no circumstances should general workloads with unknown memory requirements be run with values of swappiness below 60. Systems run with /proc/sys/vm/swappiness values below 60 and subject to general workloads are not considered by SGI to be correctly configured systems. SGI will request that any reported problem be duplicated with the default swappiness values. Users can identify the amount of mapped memory in use at any time by examining /proc/meminfo. Performance Co-Pilot - Recent 2.6.11 Linux kernels that export /proc/slabinfo version 2.1 or later will cause corruption in the result values returned to monitoring tools when monitoring the mem.slabinfo.* metrics. The kernel that ships with SUSE SLES9/SP1 exports slabinfo v2.0 and is not affected. - In SGI ProPack 4, the 'snia' PCP agent in the pcp-sgi package was replaced with a new 'numa' agent. There has been a significant change in the resulting PCP namespace. In particular, the hw.hub.* metrics have been replaced with metrics below numa.*. Several monitoring tools (pmshub, shubstats in particular) have been updated to work with the new namespace. If they are used to monitor a remote machine with the previous namespace (e.g. a system running SGI ProPack 3), they will launch an old version of the tool, e.g. /usr/share/pcp/bin/opmshub. - The PCP 'numa' agent for monitoring linkstats on TIO (ionode) and NL4 routers requires SGI PROM revision 4.05 or later. Linkstat monitoring for SHub (compute node) numa links is not affected. Also note that NL3 routers cannot be monitored at all. - SGI ProPack4 SP2 includes version 2.4.1-2 of the PCP package, which updates the version of PCP that is included with SLES9 SP2. The list of changes will be published at http://oss.sgi.com/projects/pcp when PCP 2.4.1-2 is released to oss.sgi.com in the near future. Partitioning Limitations - To use SGI ProPack 4 partitioning software (xpc, xpnet, xpmem) across partitions, all partitions must be running SGI ProPack 4. Running SGI ProPack 3 and SGI ProPack 4 on different partitions is not supported with the partitioning software (xpc, xpnet, xpmem). You may run SGI ProPack 3 and SGI ProPack 4 on different partitions provided the partitioning software (xpc, xpnet, xpmem) is not loaded. AppIQ Not Supported - Due to the lack of support for the HBA API in SLES9 SP1, AppIQ will does not currently work with SLES9 SP1 and SGI ProPack 4. There is no workaround available at this time. Profiling OpenMP or Parallel Threaded Applications with Histx - Due to issues with signal handling in Linux, profiling applications that create more than 100 threads may cause the system to become unresponsive to the point where a restart is necessary. SGI does not recommend using Histx to provide OpenMP or parallel threaded applications on systems with more than 64 processors. Cannot Access XVM Volumes in Rescue Mode - It is possible to boot into rescue mode from the SLES9 SP2 CD, but that CD does not contain the xvm kernel module, so it is not possible to do maintenance on xvm volumes from rescue mode at this time. SGI recommends that you do not migrate any system directories to xvm since there is no way to access them from rescue mode. Recommendations for Speeding Up Boots on Systems with Many Disk Luns - The following steps outline changes you can make to a system with many disk luns and running SGI ProPack 4 SP2 that will dramatically decrease the amount of time required to boot. 1) Turn off hwscan with the following command: $ chkconfig hwscan off 2) modify /etc/sysconfig/hotplug; set HOTPLUG_USE_HWSCAN="no" This change tells the system not to display disk icons on the graphical desktop. 3) Modify /etc/sysconfig/keyboard; set KBD_NUMLOCK="no" 4) Modify /sbin/mkinitrd to disable use_udev This change speeds up disk probing; however, due to a bug in mkinitrd, a further modification is needed. Modify /sbin/mkinitrd per the following diffs: --- mkinitrd 2005-05-25 00:33:40.291311876 -0700 +++ /sbin/mkinitrd 2005-05-25 00:30:13.712104545 -0700 @@ -1169,7 +1169,7 @@ case "$kernel_version" in 2.6*) sysfs_root=1 - use_udev=1 + use_udev= ;; esac @@ -2162,6 +2162,12 @@ if [ -n "$sysfs_root" ]; then cat_linuxrc <<-'EOF' + |mkdevn() { + | local major=$1 minor=$2 + | expr '(' $minor % 256 ')' + '(' $major '*' 256 ')' + \ + | '(' '(' $minor / 256 ')' '*' 256 '*' 4096 ')' + |} + | |basename() { | local IFS=/ | 5) Modify /etc/udev/udev.rules Make all the suggested modifications for faster boot times listed at the top of that file. Note that SUSE persistent device names will not be created. 6) Modify /etc/sysconfig/boot; set DISABLE_BLKID="yes" 7) If the default queue depth is acceptable, or you have another way of setting queue depth, you may disable the script that sets it based on SGI volume headers by issuing the following command: $ chkconfig sgisetqdepth off Testing showed that making all of the recommended changes decreased boot time on a system with 14500 luns to approximately 20 minutes. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4.0 Differences between SGI ProPack 3 and SGI ProPack 4 -------------------------------------------------------- There are 2 main differences between SGI ProPack 4 and earlier versions of SGI ProPack. First, SGI ProPack 4 and later service packs fully support the Linux 2.6 kernel. Second, SGI ProPack 4 runs on top of SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9, and in particular SGI ProPack 4 SP2 runs on top of SLES9 SP2, a standard Linux distribution unlike previous versions which required SGI Advanced Linux Environment. The SGI Propack 3 to ProPack 4 for Linux Migration Guide, which can be found in the /docs directory of SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1, contains information and links to more information online about some of the differences system administrators and users familiar with SGI ProPack 3 will likely run into. This section contains some additional information that was not included in the section entitled "Differences between SGI ProPack 3 and SGI ProPack 4" in the migration guide. Performance Co-Pilot - Beginning with SLES9/SP1, the PCP "var" directory has migrated from /var/pcp to /var/lib/pcp in order to conform to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard. A post-install script has been included to automatically migrate to the new location; users should check below /var/pcp for any configuration or other files that were omitted from the migration. In particular, the new /var/lib/pcp/config/pmcd/pmcd.conf file should be checked for any incorrect paths. - The gtopology tool has been changed to load topology information by running /usr/share/pcp/bin/gtopology_backend. Previously it ran /usr/sbin/topology, but the format reported by that tool has changed. Pthreads and Top - Pthreads actually show up in /proc//task/, but the top command does not currently know to look below /proc//task for individual threads. Documentation CD - SGI ProPack 4 does not include a documentation CD. Instead, the release notes (README.txt), list of RPMS (RPMS.txt), Start Here (Start.pdf), SGI ProPack 4 SP2 changelogs (CHANGELOGS.txt) and migration guide (migration.pdf) are located in the /docs directory on SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1. Documentation is also available in /usr/share/doc/sgi-propack-4 on systems running SGI ProPack 4 SP2. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5.0 Reader Comments & Feedback ------------------------------- If you have comments about the technical accuracy, content, or organization of this document, please tell us. Be sure to include the title of this document, "SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 Release Notes". You can contact us in one of following three ways: - Send e-mail to techpubs@sgi.com - Use the Feedback option on the Technical Publications Library page: http://techpubs.sgi.com - Contact your local support representative and ask that an incident be filed in the SGI incident tracking system We value your comments.
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RPMS.txt SGI ProPack(TM) 4 for Linux(R) Service Pack 2 RPM Version Information ===================================================================== Copyright (c) 2005 Silicon Graphics, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.0 Introduction 2.0 SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 RPMs 2.1 SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - Open/Free Source Software CD 2.2 SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - Proprietary Software CD 2.3 SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - System Extensions CD 1.0 Introduction ================= This document contains a list of all the RPMs that ship as part SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2. The RPM release fields (sgi402r*) listed in this document may differ slightly from the final release fields of the RPMs on the SGI ProPack 4 for Linux SP2 CD set. 2.0 SGI ProPack 4 for Linux SP2 RPMs ===================================== This section lists the RPMs and version information for all RPMs that ship on the SGI ProPack 4 for Linux Service Pack 2 CDs. ----------------------------------------------------- 2.1 SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - Open/Free Source Software CD ----------------------------------------------------- RPM : csa-2.2.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : System job accounting CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : csa_module-devel-1.0.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Header files for csa_module development. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : job-1.5.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Commands, init scripts, libraries and PAM module for using Linux Jobs CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : job_module-devel-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Header files for job_module development. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-arsess-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Array Services kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-csa-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : CSA kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-job-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Linux job kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-numatools-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-xpmem-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-arsess-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Array Services kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-csa-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : CSA kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-job-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Linux job kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-numatools-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-xpmem-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-arsess-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Array Services kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-csa-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : CSA kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-job-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Linux job kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-numatools-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-xpmem-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-arsess-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Array Services kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-csa-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : CSA kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-job-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Linux job kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-numatools-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-xpmem-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : libbitmask-2.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Multi-word bitmask abstract data type (used by cpusets) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : lsiutil-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : LSI Fusion-MPT host adapter management utility CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : mmtimer-devel-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : mmtimer.h header file CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : numatools-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : pcp-open-2.4.1-2sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : System-level performance monitoring and performance management. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : salinfo_decode_oem-1.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Decode OEM data in SGI salinfo records CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-OpenInventor-2.1.5-10sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Open Inventor 3D Toolkit run-time libraries, applications and man pages CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-OpenInventor-data-2.1.5-10sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Open Inventor 3D Development Toolkit data files and example scene graphs CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-OpenInventor-devel-2.1.5-10sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Open Inventor 3D Development Toolkit Development Headers and Libraries CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-build-key-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : The SGI public gpg key for rpm package signature verification CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-profile-tools-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Open Source SGI Profile Tools CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-propack-configuration-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI ProPack configuration recommendations CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi_qla2xxx_nvram_update-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Load SGI preferred nvram defaults into the QLogic 2200 and 2300 family fibre channel adapters. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgtools-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : A set of tools for SCSI Disks accessed using the Linux SG driver CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : udev_xscsi-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : A udev helper for doing XSCSI device names CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : xpmem-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-release-4SP2-sgi402r1.noarch.rpm SUMMARY : SGI Linux release file CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/noarch/) RPM : arsess-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Array session. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : csa-2.2.1-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : System job accounting CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : csa_module-devel-1.0.1-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Header files for csa_module development. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : job-1.5.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Commands, init scripts, libraries and PAM module for using Linux Jobs CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : job_module-devel-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Header files for job_module development. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : libbitmask-2.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Multi-word bitmask abstract data type (used by cpusets) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : lsiutil-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : LSI Fusion-MPT host adapter management utility CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : mmtimer-devel-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : mmtimer.h header file CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : numatools-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : pcp-open-2.4.1-2sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : System-level performance monitoring and performance management. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : salinfo_decode_oem-1.1-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Decode OEM data in SGI salinfo records CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgi-OpenInventor-2.1.5-10sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Open Inventor 3D Toolkit run-time libraries, applications and man pages CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgi-build-key-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : The SGI public gpg key for rpm package signature verification CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgi-profile-tools-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Open Source SGI Profile Tools CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgi-propack-configuration-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : SGI ProPack configuration recommendations CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgi-release-4SP2-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : SGI Linux release file CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgi_qla2xxx_nvram_update-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : Load SGI preferred nvram defaults into the QLogic 2200 and 2300 family fibre channel adapters. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sgtools-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : A set of tools for SCSI Disks accessed using the Linux SG driver CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : udev_xscsi-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : A udev helper for doing XSCSI device names CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) RPM : xpmem-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD1 (/sgi/src/) ------------------------------------------------ 2.2 SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - Proprietary Software CD ------------------------------------------------ RPM : clibffio-7.4.3-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Libraries and header file for FFIO CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : cpuset-2.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : cpuset processor and memory placement utilities CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : esp-3.0-2sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : ESP for Linux Package CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-sgi-tape-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI TS and TMF driver for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-ust-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-64k-pagesize CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-64k-pagesize-xvm-standalone-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel module for running XVM (Standalone version) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-sgi-tape-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI TS and TMF driver for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-ust-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-debug-xvm-standalone-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel module for running XVM (Standalone version) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-sgi-tape-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI TS and TMF driver for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-ust-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-default CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-default-xvm-standalone-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel module for running XVM (Standalone version) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-sgi-tape-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI TS and TMF driver for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-ust-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-sn2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-sn2-xvm-standalone-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel module for running XVM (Standalone version) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : libarena-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Shared arena libraries CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : lmsgi-9.2.3-11905sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Floating License Run-Time Environment CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : lmsgi-devel-9.2.3-11905sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Linux License Development Environment CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : pcp-sgi-2.4.1-2sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : The Performance Co-Pilot visualization tools. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-arraysvcs-3.7-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Array Services CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-intel-compiler-runtimes-8.1.021-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Intel Compiler Runtime Libraries CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-mpt-1.12-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI MPI CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-scsl-1.6.1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Scientific Computing Software Library (SCSL) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-scsl-sdsm-1.6.1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SCSL (Components for distributed shared memory) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : snprom-4.20-41216.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI Itanium 2 PROM CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_base-client-3.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Rhino System Administration Client files CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_base-lib-3.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Rhino System Administration libraries CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_base-server-3.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Rhino System Administration Server files CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_cluster_base-client-3.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Cluster Manager GUI client software CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_cluster_base-server-3.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Cluster Manager GUI server software CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_xvm-client-2.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XVM GUI client software CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_xvm-server-2.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XVM GUI server software CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sysadm_xvm-web-2.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XVM GUI web server software CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : ust-devel-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST Development CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : ust-kernel-devel-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST Kernel Development CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : xvm-cmds-4-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XVM Command line tools CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-propackdocs-4-sgi402r1.noarch.rpm SUMMARY : SGI ProPack documentation CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD2 (/sgi/noarch/) --------------------------------------------- 2.3 SGI ProPack 4 SP2 - System Extensions CD --------------------------------------------- RPM : IFL-1.5-3sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Image Format Library CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : IFL-devel-1.5-3sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Image Format Library Development CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : The basic X Window System package CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-Mesa-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Mesa Libraries CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-Mesa-devel-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Include Files and Libraries mandatory for Development CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-Xnest-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Hardware independent Xserver Xnest CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-Xprt-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : X Print Server CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-Xvfb-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Hardware independent Xserver Xvfb CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-Xvnc-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : VNC Server for the X Window System CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-devel-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Include Files and Libraries mandatory for Development CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-doc-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : HTML documentation for X11 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-driver-options-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XFree86 driver options for building SaX2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-fonts-100dpi-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : 100dpi Bitmaps fonts for X11 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-fonts-75dpi-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : 75dpi Bitmap Fonts CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-fonts-cyrillic-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Cyrillic bitmaps fonts for X11 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-fonts-scalable-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Scalable fonts for the X Window System CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-fonts-syriac-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Syriac OpenType Fonts for X11 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-libs-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : X Window System shared libraries CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-man-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : On-line manuals for XFree86 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-server-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : X Window System server and modules CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : XFree86-server-glx-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : GLX extension and nvidia dummy driver CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : dmedia_devices-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : dmedia_devices CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : dmedia_lib-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : dmedia_lib CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : dmedia_lib_debug-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : dmedia_lib_debug CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : dmedia_support-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : dmedia_support CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : dmedia_tools-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : dmedia_tools CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : fglrx-4_3_99_8.12.1-sgi402r2.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XFree86 Display driver for the ATI graphics accelerators CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : fglrx-devel-4_3_99_8.12.1-sgi402r2.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : VSL headers CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : frs-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Frame Rate Scheduler CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : kernel-rtgfx-2.6.5-7.191.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel for SGI Real-Time and Graphics systems CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : kernel-rtgfx-source-2.6.5-7.191.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : The Linux kernel sources CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-arsess-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Array Services kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-csa-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : CSA kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-fglrx-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r2.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : ATI graphics kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-frs-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Frame Rate Scheduler kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-job-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Linux job kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-numatools-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : NUMA utilities kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-sgi-tape-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI TS and TMF driver for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-uli-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : User Level Interrupt kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-ust-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : UST kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-xpmem-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : XPMEM kernel module for 2.6.5-7.191-rtgfx CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km-rtgfx-xvm-standalone-2.6.5-7.191sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel module for running XVM (Standalone version) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : km_drm-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : DRM Modules CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : libsgirt-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : REACT Real-time for Linux development compatibility library CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : ml-1.1.2-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenML Media Library CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : ml_audio-1.1.2-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : ML module to support OSS audio devices. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : ml_nullxcode-1.1.2-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Example Software Null Transform ML module. CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : ml_ustsource-1.1.2-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : ML UST source module CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : react-configuration-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SGI REACT simple configuration CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sax2-4.8-103.22sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SuSE advanced X Window System-configuration (XFree86 4.x) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : saxident-1.1-1136.22.103.22sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : SaX2 identity and profile information CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : saxtools-2.2-1431.22.103.22sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : X Window System tools for SaX2 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sg2flash-4_3_99_8_12_1.0.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Video BIOS Utility CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-gfxtools-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : Miscellaneous Licensed SGI Graphics Proprietary Release Components CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-mpk-3.2.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Multipipe SDK Execution Only Environment, 3.2.0" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-mpk-demo-3.2.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Multipipe SDK Library Demos and Demo Data, 3.2.0" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-mpk-devel-3.2.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Multipipe SDK Library Development Environment, 3.2.0" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-omp-2.5.2-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Multipipe Execution Environment 2.5.2_200507141918 CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-performer-3.2.1-0.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Performer Execution Only Environment CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-performer-clipdemos-3.2.1-0.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Performer Cliptexture Demos and Data CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-performer-demo-license-3.2.1-0.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Performer Demo License CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-performer-demos-3.2.1-0.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Performer Demos and Data CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-performer-devel-3.2.1-0.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Performer Development Environment CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-vizserver-3.5.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Vizserver 3.5.1 sgi402r1" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-vizserver-devel-3.5.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Vizserver Development Option 3.5.1 sgi402r1" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-vizserver-server-3.5.1-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Vizserver Server 3.5.1 sgi402r1" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-volumizer-2.9-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Volumizer 2.9 MR Execution Environment" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-volumizer-data-2.9-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Volumizer 2.9 MR Sample Data Files" CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : sgi-volumizer-devel-2.9-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : "OpenGL Volumizer 2.9 MR Development Environment " CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : uli-1.0-sgi402r1.ia64.rpm SUMMARY : User Level Interrupts CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/ia64/) RPM : react-docs-4.2-sgi402r1.noarch.rpm SUMMARY : SGI REACT documentation CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/noarch/) RPM : sgi-performer-docs-3.2.1-0.noarch.rpm SUMMARY : OpenGL Performer documentation CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/noarch/) RPM : sgi-performer-docs-print-3.2.1-0.noarch.rpm SUMMARY : Printable formats of OpenGL Performer docs (pdf) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/noarch/) RPM : XFree86-4.3.99.902-43.48sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : The basic X Window System package CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/src/) RPM : kernel-rtgfx-2.6.5-7.191.src.rpm SUMMARY : Kernel for SGI Real-Time and Graphics systems CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/src/) RPM : kernel-rtgfx-source-2.6.5-7.191.src.rpm SUMMARY : The Linux kernel sources CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/src/) RPM : react-configuration-1.0-sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : SGI REACT simple configuration CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/src/) RPM : sax2-4.8-103.22sgi402r1.src.rpm SUMMARY : SuSE advanced X Window System-configuration (XFree86 4.x) CD : SGI ProPack 4 SP2 CD3 (/sgi/src/)
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