2 edition of Program transformations for cache locality enhancement on shared-memory multiprocessors. found in the catalog.
Program transformations for cache locality enhancement on shared-memory multiprocessors.
by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Series||Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
Memory latency has always been a major issue in shared-memory multiprocessors and high-speed systems. This is even more true as the gap between processor and memory speeds continues to grow. Data prefetching has been proposed as a means of addressing the data access penalty by: 1. Introduction. Cache affinity occurs in shared-memory multiprocessing systems, when a task is able to reuse cache data that was fetched earlier (Barton and Bitar ).. If a task is randomly assigned to a processor during the dispatch cycle, there is a high probability the task will spend much of its time-slice refetching data into the cache, rather than performing real work (Vaswani and Cited by: 3.
Shared Memory Multiprocessors Portland State University ECE / Portland State University –ECE / –Winter 2 What is a Shared Memory Architecture? All processors can access all memory Processors share memory resources, but can operate independently One processor’s memory changes are seen by all other processors. Performance evaluation based on program-driven simulation and a set of scientific applications and test benchmarks shows that cache injection is highly effective in reducing misses and bus traffic. 1. Introduction The popularity of bus-based shared memory multiprocessors or symmetric multiprocessors (SMPs) has greatly. In a multiprocessor system or a multicore processor (Intel Quad Core, Core two Duo etc..) does each cpu core/processor have its own cache memory (data and program cache)? Yes. It varies by the exact chip model, but the most common design is for each CPU core to .
about 8 processor clocks, while L2 cache miss takes about processor clocks [Sun97]. For the shared-memory multiprocessor system, which is the most common form of parallel computing environment, there is an additional type of overhead associated with synchronizing multiple caches and memory [CSG99]. The so-called coherence cache misses. In computer science, shared memory is memory that may be simultaneously accessed by multiple programs with an intent to provide communication among them or avoid redundant copies. Shared memory is an efficient means of passing data between programs. Depending on context, programs may run on a single processor or on multiple separate processors. The Impact of Instruction-Level Parallelism on the Memory System Performance of Shared-Memory Multiprocessors Vijay S. Pai, Parthasarathy Ranganathan, Hazim Abdel-Shaﬁ,and Sarita V. Adve exhibit cache locality, for which prefetches need to be inserted. When determining locality, this.
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Large multiprocessors with NUMA Many local memory accesses With the ability of bus snoop, an explicit directory about cache state can be used 2/2/ CSC / - Spring Cache Coherence in Shared Memory Multiprocessors • Caches play a key role in all shared memory multiprocessor system variations: – Reduce average data access time (AMAT).
– Reduce bandwidth demands placed on shared interconnect. • Replication in cache reduces artifactual communication. • Cache coherence or inconsistency problem.6 Focus: Bus-based, Centralized Ebook Shared cache • Low-latency sharing and prefetching across ebook • Sharing of working sets • No coherence problem (and hence no false sharing either) • But high bandwidth needs and negative interference (e.g.
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