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SubjectRe: Linux/Pro [was Re: Coding style - a non-issue]
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> > Question: What happens when people stick 8 threads of execution on a die with
> > a single L2 cache ?
>
> That had been already researched. Gogin bejoind 2 threads on a single
> CPU
> engine doesn't give you very much... The first step is giving about 25%
> the second only about 5%. There are papers in the IBM research magazine
> on

The IBM papers make certain architectural assumptions. With some of the
tiny modern CPU cores its going to perfectly viable to put 4 or 8 of them
on one die. At that point cccluster still has to have cluster nodes scaling
to 8 way

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