Brice Goglin, on ven. 22 déc. 2017 12:35:35 +0100, wrote:
> That won't work. You can have memory attached at different levels of the
> hierarchy (things like HBM inside a die, normal memory attached to a
> package, and slow memory attached to the memory interconnect). The
> notion of NUMA node and proximity domain is changing. It's not a set of
> CPU+memory anymore. Things are moving towards the separation of "memory
> initiator" (CPUs) and "memory target" (memory banks, possibly behind
> memory-side caches). And those targets can be attached to different things.


So hwloc might there be a lever to push people into thinking that way :)

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