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SubjectRe: MTRR testbeds??
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>memory. Just strings would be good enough, although I see no harm in
>both. Frankly, I don't know what the distinction really is. I can
>guess what stacks are (well, I *know* what they are, but IDT may mean
>something odd, though I doubt it). I suppose by "strings" they really
>mean "all other accesses other than stacks". You tell me.

Maybe `stacks' just means stores that start at a high address and move down,
and `strings' is stores that start at a low address and move up.

p.



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