mylesgw at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 19:55:19 CEST 2009
> > So each AP has some part of RAM to copy the buffer to?
> the way SMP works, the BSP sets up its ram. At that point, the APs can
> use the BSP ram.
For Opterons where each node has its own RAM this is a little bit more
> That's why APs have a stack in the first place.
> APs have a working stack when they are setting up their own RAM.
I was wondering how you make the APs not conflict in the part of RAM they
copy their buffers to. I was also wondering how it would affect
interleaving, etc. That kind of thing seems difficult to debug, and is the
reason I'd want to see the APs messages.
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