POWER6/7, compilers and more

By: Mr. Camel (a.delete@this.b.c), October 3, 2007 2:33 am
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It shows that Power 6 implements memory protection keys similar to Itanium. AIX should be modified to use this feature as it is probably the best way of managing shared process memory. I wonder if an OS for Itanium would be modified to do the same.
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