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Cross-interrogate actions on multiprocessor systems can cause performance degradation. The following relieves the problem by using least recently used (LRU) mechanisms.
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Managing Targets of Multiprocessor Cross Interrogates
Cross-interrogate actions on multiprocessor systems can cause
performance degradation. The following relieves the problem by using least
recently used (LRU) mechanisms.
The handling of lines which are subject of cross-interrogate action can cause
multiprocessor degradation if the lines "ping-pong" between the caches or cause
access delay if the ping-pong is avoided by use of a shared cache (for cross-
interrogated lines). Analysis of LRU status of lines subject to cross interrogate
show that they are the most recently used (MRU) within their congruence class
and that such lines account for the majority of all subsequent additional cache
misses associated with multiprocessor (MP) invalidations and cache cast-outs.
As such the LRU status forms a basis for handling cross-- interrogated lines
either as the candidates for shared cache (MRU) or directly transferred over to
the requester's cache if they are not MRU.