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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3] x86,sched: allow topologies where NUMA nodes share an LLC
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On 03/29/2018 06:16 AM, Thomas Gleixner wrote:
>> This is OK at least on the hardware we are immediately concerned about
>> because the LLC sharing happens at both the slice and at the package
>> level, which are also NUMA boundaries.
> So that addresses the scheduler interaction, but it still leaves the
> information in the sysfs files unchanged. See cpu/intel_cacheinfo.c. There
> are applications which use that information so it should be correct.

Were you thinking of shared_cpu_list/map? The information in there is
correct for core->off-package access. It is not correct for
core->on-package access, unless that access is perfectly interleaved
across both package "slices".

We could try to add an attribute or two to clarify this situation. But,
similar to the CPUID leaves, I don't think we actually have a precise
way to describe the way the cache actually works here.


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