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    SubjectRe: cpufreq on Pentium M
    On Thu, Jun 12, 2003 at 03:10:01PM +0100, Mark Watts wrote:

    > Thought this may help:
    > - From a Dell D600 w/ 1.6Ghz Pentium M cpu...

    Yep, the latest bunch of cache descriptors are missing from 2.4
    (They're in 2.5 already). I did send these to Marcelo, but they
    seem to have got lost when we entered -rc stage.
    I'll resend them for 2.4.22pre

    >
    > unknown TLB/cache descriptor:
    > 0xb0
    > unknown TLB/cache descriptor:
    > 0xb3

    uninteresting (tlb sizes)

    > Instruction TLB: 4MB pages, fully associative, 2 entries
    > unknown TLB/cache descriptor:
    > 0x87

    1MB l2 unified cache.

    > unknown TLB/cache descriptor:
    > 0x30

    32KB L1 I cache

    > Data TLB: 4MB pages, 4-way associative, 8 entries
    > unknown TLB/cache descriptor:
    > 0x2c

    32KB L1 D cache

    Current CVS version of x86info already supports all these too btw,
    (just in case someone was tempted to hack a patch for that against 1.11).
    I'll do another release sometime this weekend.

    Dave

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