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Cache Trace Debugging
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Tassneem Helal
2018-11-16 08:02:07 UTC
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Hello Everyone,

I was wondering if there is any cache trace debugging flag that I can use
to know the set and way of every time a cache block is a placed in a cache
line, and if there is not such a thing, how can I do this?

Sincerely,

Tassneem Helal
Jason Lowe-Power
2018-11-16 18:00:53 UTC
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Hi Tassneem,

There are a number of cache debug flags. See
https://gem5.googlesource.com/public/gem5/+/master/src/mem/cache/SConscript#44
or use gem5.opt --debug-help to see a list. There are likely more relevant
debug flags in src/mem/cache/tags, too.

Cheers,
Jason
Post by Tassneem Helal
Hello Everyone,
I was wondering if there is any cache trace debugging flag that I can use
to know the set and way of every time a cache block is a placed in a cache
line, and if there is not such a thing, how can I do this?
Sincerely,
Tassneem Helal
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