On Fri, Feb 16, 2001 at 05:59:02PM -0800, Ralf Baechle wrote:
> > for r5k-based IP32 (O2) systems. r10k O2 suffers from the same
> > cache-noncoherency problem as r10k I2 does, and to the best of my
> > knowledge nobody has ever really tried to even boot one.
> > Not to discourage you at all...there's just a lot of work to do.
> It's really hard work to do. R12000 O2s however should be much easier to
> do; the processor feature which causes so much grief in the O2 can be
> disabled there.
Unfortunately, noone I have talked to seems to know how
specifically to turn off speculative writes..
Does anyone on this list happen to know?