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Old 01-31-2012, 10:00 PM   #1
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Question how to find that we have problem with the cache memory when I have 2 cache and 3 proc


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When I have 3 processors and 2 cache memories, one processor is sending the data and the 2nd processor is receiving the data and sending it to 3rd processor which is collecting incorrect data. There is a problem with the cache memory how to identify that the problem is with which cache memory or with which processor ???
 
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What sort of system is this? .. usually a cache bank would be dedicated to feeding data into a single cpu, sharing cache between cpus would be a bottleneck due to flushing.
 
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