To answer your question simply: No.
In almost all cases, gem5 is not thread safe. There are a few very special
circumstances where you can use multiple threads, but you have to be very
careful when doing so.
You can still playback "multithreaded" traces in gem5 by creating multiple
To create a CC-NUMA system with Ruby you should be able to "simply" change
the interconnect latencies in your on-chip network. This can be done by
modifying the python configuration script for the Ruby protocol you are
Unfortunately, the details of the cache hierarchy and the
I knew that AMD has introduced APU + Gem5 as a tutorial of MICRO 2015 (I
missed change to attend that). Just wondering about the plan to release
APU as open-source.
On 05/14/2018 08:43 AM, Gutierrez, Anthony wrote:
Hello gem5 Users,
I’d like to announce to you all that we at
I believe the exit event you are seeing is scheduled by the exit system
To solve your problem, I would consider how it would be implemented in a
"real" system. Or, if you're simply
See inline answers below.
On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 7:24 AM Sakshi Tiwari
> Can anyone please help me with my queries in the previous mail?
> On Sat, May 12, 2018 at 6:34 PM, Sakshi Tiwari
>> For my work, I had
Have you compiled your binary statically? I believe dynamically linked
executables will only work if the host and the guest are *exactly* the same
(e.g., both x86-64 in this case).
On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 7:10 AM Øyvind Harboe
> I'm getting a
Hello gem5 Users,
I'd like to announce to you all that we at AMD Research will be hosting a
tutorial at this year's ISCA in Los Angeles. The tutorial will be half a day
and will be held on June 2nd. The relevant details are here:
If you are interested in
We (AMD) are planning on doing a tutorial at ISCA in Los Angeles on June 2nd.
Unfortunately that tutorial will cover the latest version of the GPU model,
which hasn’t been released publicly yet. We plan on releasing our source
sometime before the tutorial. The model we plan on
yes i compiled hello.c by cross compiler in my ubuntu operating system, and
i copied it in the linaro image but is there a script (- bootscript) to run
the binary hello in fs_fig.LITTLE mode, or how to run it;
2018-05-14 15:15 GMT+02:00 조해윤 :
> First, cross
Can anyone please help me with my queries in the previous mail?
On Sat, May 12, 2018 at 6:34 PM, Sakshi Tiwari
> For my work, I had to implement three-levels of caches with LLC as a
> shared cache. I preferred to extend the classical memory model rather
I'm getting a "bad_alloc" from the config/examples/se.py script when I try
to run the small C application below that calls clock().
Any pointers on what's going on would be most welcome.
Please find a transcript of how I've tested:
I first test with 64 bit, then with 32 bit x86. 64 bit x86
First, cross compile hello.c. It is not dependent on gem5.
Second, mount the linaro image and copy the binary file.
mount -oloop,offset=32256 /tmp/linaro.img /mnt
Finally, run the FS simluation.
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