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Re: Curious about VAXstation VLC

On 21 August 2013 10:35, John Klos <john%ziaspace.com@localhost> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm curious about the CVAX SOC in the VAXstation VLC. According to Bob
> Supnik's site here:
> http://simh.trailing-edge.com/semi/cvax.html
> the CVAX SOC is basically a shrunk 78034, CFPA and 8KB of cache on a single
> die. However, the dmesg from my VLC says it has 6KB of cache:
> cpu0 at mainbus0: KA48, SOC, 6KB L1 cache
> Just curious - which is correct? Also, Bob's site says it's L2 cache but
> NetBSD's dmesg calls it L1. Is the KA48 a newer version of the SOC?
> Here's that machine with dmesg:
> http://vax.zia.io/

Well, NetBSD isn't reporting probed cache values directly, so its not
necessarily authoritative...

87:    curcpu()->ci_cpustr = "KA48, SOC, 6KB L1 cache";

PS: Very nice rackmount setup for vax.zia.io  :)

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