POWER6/7, compilers and more

By: anon (foo.delete@this.bar.com), October 3, 2007 8:28 am
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Anil Maliyekkel (amaliy1@nospam.edu) on 10/3/07 wrote:

>The limit is 7 instructions total and 5 from one thread, but I am still not sure
>whether only upto 2 from the 2nd thread can be dispatched in the same cycle.

Should be up to 5 each depending on conflicts. They didn't go into detail on how conflicts are resolved.

Instructions are scheduled/grouped at L1 fill time and not at dispatch, so it should be fairly simple for them to give each thread priority at dispatch on every other cycle and let the other take the dispatch slots that are still available (or some other similar facility to provide some fairness).
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