Subject: Re: CTIX architecture
To: Niklas Hallqvist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: John E. Clark <email@example.com>
Date: 12/08/1994 18:09:24
At 10:47 PM 12/8/94 -0500, Niklas Hallqvist wrote:
>Well, there are ways to cheat, I think Appollo had a design with two
>68000's one instruction out of sync with each other. When the first
>trapped on an illegal memory access the MM hardware brought in the
>page and then the processors roles were switched so that the untrapped
>processor could continue the process. Neat no? The 68010 could
>restart instructions. That was one of the reasons it existed.
Yeah, I forgot that the 10 was suppose to do the right thing, and
thanks for reminding me about that apollo 'wundersystem'...