|[News] What a PPC linux kernel hacker thinks about the Articia||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 14-Jun-2004 23:52 GMT by JohnV||68 comments|
Here's what Benjamin Herrenschmidt, a respectable linuxPPC kernel hacker
thinks about the Articia.
is some interesting thread about the Articia. Note that Benjamin Herrenschmidt
is a clued linuxPPC kernel hacker with lot of
experience. Here's what he thinks about the Articia "features":|
It's basically incompetent northbridge design.
No, that means the HW is a Piece Of Shit !
Cache coherency is a basic feature of anything claiming to be used as a
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|Posted by Johan Rönnblom on 15-Jun-2004 08:55 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 17 (Olegil):|
Something happened with the Articia during the last year? Please
elaborate. Otherwise I really can't see why someone should be
disqualified from talking about it just because they haven't worked
with it for a year. Also, if someone thinks that product XYZ is shitty
and says so, and why, that's hardly an "agenda".
Also: Fine, if you think you have a software workaround that is both
reliable and doesn't incur a serious performance penalty, very well.
But the onus is on *you* to prove that this is possible, not on us who
don't believe it is to prove that it's not. Claiming that it is
possible but only on OS4 and not in Linux doesn't really make it more
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