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SubjectRe: TLB flush counters gone in 2.5.35-bk?
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Roberto Nibali <ratz@drugphish.ch> writes:

> Why was that done? I'm actually about to conduct some tests where I
> think that I need this information to check the L1 <-> L2 caching size
> influence on kernel data structures. What is the problem with the
> existing counters, did I miss some discussion on LKML?

You can easily get the same information from the CPU performance counters
(e.g. via oprofile)

-Andi
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