Hi Ciro,

Yeah. In fact, I think I've pointed to this before on the mailing list. See
https://github.com/jlpresearch/gem5/tree/spectre-test for all of the
necessary code and configs. There's also a brief explanation of how it
works in spectre.rst. The visualization with the pipeline viewer (or Konata
https://github.com/shioyadan/Konata) is pretty cool. I am planning on
writing up a blog post on this, but I need to find the time.

Cheers,
Jason

On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 6:07 AM Ciro Santilli <ciro.santi...@gmail.com>
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> Does not need to be running on top of a full Linux, could be just some
> bare-metal setup that jumps to userland and then breaks memory
> separation.
>
> This could be a fun educational project, and would increase gem5's fame :-)
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