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SubjectRe: procfs problems

> > Because some cpus have information that just does not make sense to
> > have on other cpus. Look at the SPARC displays, parts of the
> > information are related to the MMU for the CPU which does not make any
> > sense to display on an Alpha or an Intel.
>
> Oooook.....
>
> Alpha:
> cpu : Alpha
> cpu model : LCA4
> cpu variation : -4294967301
> cpu revision : 0
> cpu serial number : Linux_is_Great!
>
> Sparc:
> cpu : Fujitsu MB86900/1A or LSI L64831 SparcKIT-40
>
> x86:
> cpu : 586
> model : Pentium 75+
> vendor_id : GenuineIntel
> stepping : 4
>
> Tell me why this can't be standardized.

I was not talking about those. I don't see any MMU information on
your example as I mentioned. I am talking about these:

Sparc/4c:

vacsize : 65536 bytes
vachwflush : no
vaclinesize : 16 bytes
mmuctxs : 8
mmupsegs : 128
kernelpsegs : 32
kfreepsegs : 0
usedpsegs : 62
ufreepsegs : 0
user_taken : 0
max_taken : 21

Sparc/4m:
MMU type : TI Tsunami
invall : 42
invmm : 302597
invrnge : 3754925
invpg : 4323419
contexts : 64

Miguel.

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