In our project we have a few tests which run for about 3-4 hours continuously. In due course, the tests fail as they couldn't find enough memory. On googling, I found that running the following ...
Under an Ubuntu system, are there commands for looking up: the page size, n in n-way cache associativity, TLB cache's size and number of entries?
I recently heard that Linux simply flushes the TLB cache when the corresponding data in that physical address is swapped out, resulting in underutilization of the TLB. I don't know whether all OSes do ...