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Subjectconsistency: temperature versus metric bytes (was: Re: Why /proc/cpuinfo doesn't print L1,L2,L3 caches?)
On Tue, 25 Mar 2008, Chris Snook wrote:
> I think you want this:
>
> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cache
>
> /proc/cpuinfo is intended to give a general summary of certain properties of
> the processor that tend to be particularly interesting, and present them all
> in one place. It is not intended to expose everything the kernel knows about
> every processor on the system.

Oh my god! My caches run at different temperatures!! ;-)

| anakin$ cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cache/index*/size
| 64K
| 64K
| 512K

Furthermore /proc/cpuinfo misses _more_ than 128 KiB:

| anakin$ cat /proc/cpuinfo

[...]

| cache size : 512 KB
^^^^^^

[...]

With kind regards,

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