Subject: Re: tlb problems with -current.
To: Toru Nishimura <email@example.com>
From: Warner Losh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/03/1999 20:04:37
: > Maybe I should add all the TLB stuff to my list of things to learn
: > about. But in the mean time, any advice appreciated :-)
I'd recommend one of the following two books
See MIPS Run by Sweetman
or Misc RISC Architecture by Kane/Heinrich.
The R4000 micorporcessor user's manual provides an excellent degree of
detail, but can be hard to approach. The MIPS Programmer's Reference
by Farquhar and Bunce is good as far as it goes, but I found it to be
somewhat dated and of limited use.
In message <199905290758.QAA29541@axp46.aist-nara.ac.jp> Toru Nishimura writes:
: I can provide any information you would need. It's easy to
: understand. TLB sits in the centre of MIPS processor universe. And
: when you learn enough, you will notice that current implemention of
: NetBSD/mips VM is the inprecise projection of (then-useful) other
: CPU/MMU architectures.
However, Nishimura-san's knowledge on the subject can be better than
all those books put together. The paper books make a good reference
for when he's unavailable.