ARM as a primary architecture
kevin.kofler at chello.at
Fri Mar 23 03:09:10 UTC 2012
Peter Robinson wrote:
> That is correct, I presume he's referring to the big.LITTLE
> architecture which runs 8 cores, 4 low power low speed, 4 high power
> high speed. At the moment for the initial implementation they are
> suspending / resuming to switch between the pair but in the future
> they plan to be able to run all 8 at once.
I was actually referring to the "288-core" clusters which were mentioned at
several points in the thread, always with the caveat that you can't just use
"make -j 288" on them.
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