c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net
Sat Jun 20 00:45:56 CEST 2009
On 20.06.2009 00:02, Myles Watson wrote:
>>> Field Descriptions
>>> Scratch Data (Data)-Bits 31-0.
>>> So you get one per socket, first one at PCI_DEV(0,0x18,2) 0x9C
>> AFAICS this is not MMIO, so it's unusable for locking.
> ? I thought you were looking for config space. Why does it need to be
I'm unaware of any method to perform atomic value swaps or atomic
increments in config space. Unless I'm mistaken, such atomic operations
are required for locking.
>> I did look at the
>> Family 0Fh BKDG. Should I have looked elsewhere?
> I'm not an expert. I'd just seen this scratch register recently.
Thanks for digging it up. It seems that some CPU revisions change the
definition to be partially a scratch register.
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