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SubjectRe: 2.4.6-ac5 gives wrong cache info for Duron in /proc/cpuinfo
On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, David Balazic wrote:

> /proc/cpuinfo gives :
> cache size: 64 KB
>
> This is wrong :
> - the Duron has 192 kilobytes of cache ( 64 L1 I, 64 L1 D , 64 L2 unified )
> - what is KB ?
> - "kilo" is abbreviated to 'k' , not 'K'
> - "B" means "Bell" :-)

I believe it is normal to write 'K' for 1024, 'k' for 1000 and 'B' for
bytes and 'b' for bits.

Have a look at acronymfinder.com, they distinguish the capital and
lowercase b for bits and bytes.

Ketil

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