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SubjectRe: [RFC] Implementing temporal affinity
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From: "Chris Swiedler" <ceswiedler@mindspring.com>
> We would only set last_cpu IF the process has run for N cycles, where N is
> enough to fill the CPU cache. If 15 cycles loads the cache, then N=15. So
in
> that case, B's last_cpu would be set, and it would be tied to that
> processor. The actual value is tunable, and depends largely on the size of
> the L2 cache.

And that would be my misunderstanding. :-) I've been
assuming that the CPU would prefetch a wack of stuff
for process B (from my example) on the first instruction
of process B. I guess it only fills the cache as things
are needed.

..Stu


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