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Old 04-14-2014, 10:37 AM   #1
DausRCH
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gem5 Simulator


Hi All,

My name is Firdaus, now I'm still finishing my final project. I want to simulate about ccNUMA using gem5 simulator, especially about cache coherency.

My question as first post for me, would you like explain me to make NUMA in this simulator? because I read gem5 doc , all of the system is SMP (Single Multi Processor)

NUMA is Non-Uniform Memory Access

Thank you so much, I'm waiting the reply

Best Regards,

Firdaus
 
  


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