I have updated the script you shared here:
to get the time for which cpu wasn't getting interrupted.
Probably this might be useful for few other folks as well and so sharing it..
I am bad at scripting, so please ignore silly code in there :)
So, the script will take a parameter, i.e. number of samples you
need and will output the amount of time CPU1 (of a dual-core
machine) was isolated.
There is a variable "isdebug", which can be used to enable/disable
Let me know if there is something really stupid in it :)
I am doing some work to optimize sqlite to utilize a GPU for acceleration.
One thing missing, I really should have some "reasonable" populated
sqlite databases of some amount of size. I can create contrived
examples but I think it might be advantageous to utilize some real
world sqlite databases. This presumes of course that it doesn't have
sensitive data and can be shared.
Appreciate any pointers. Thanks!
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Is there any rational why flush_cache_louis is necessary in cpu_suspend()
After saving the context it does DCCIMVA ie writes to POC the affected
So why we should clean the entire L1 here ?
It rather should be left to the platform dependent function called after
flush_cache_louis does not disable the d cache. This is not the
for core power down.