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Subject[PATCH 0/5 v6] x86: Adapt CPU topology detection for AMD Magny-Cours

Another version of patches to fix topology issues for AMD multi-node
processors. This time w/o introduction of new /sysfs attributes or
additional log messages.
It is just the pure stuff that is needed to fix some oddities
that occur when Linux is booted on Magny-Cours.

Please apply the patches. They should go into .32.

Users who are interested in which CPUs belong to the same internal
node have to check shared_cpu_map of L3 cache (i.e.
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpuXY/cache/index3/shared_cpu_map or

Boris might be interested in cpuinfo_x86->cpu_node_id. I use it to
store the entire NodeId of AMD CPUs. That should be convenient
enough to find out the northbridge of a CPU in the EDAC driver.

The scheduler stuff is in flux in general and I don't expect that
scheduler gets fixed for Magny-Cours with .32. So be aware that
changing to power savings scheduling might bring down your multi-node
processor system.


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