On Mon, 2001-12-10 at 02:26, Robert Love wrote:
> Cache color is how many indexes there are into a cache. Caches
> typically aren't direct mapped:
Shouldn't of said direct mapped there, they actually are direct mapped.
I meant the function from virtual memory to cache isn't one-to-one, i.e.
multiple virtual addresses map to similar cache lines.
I should of added that n-way set associativity is increasingly making
this all less needed, but its still has benefits (the downside is there
is overhead, obviously, to making sure everything maps appropriately).
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