(allocating non-cachable memory) (or More on the i82596)

jtm at smoothsmoothie.com jtm at smoothsmoothie.com
Sat Jun 30 02:30:55 EST 2001

On Fri, Jun 29, 2001 at 03:39:57AM -0400, Dan Malek wrote:
> jtm at smoothsmoothie.com wrote:
> > .... The buffer memory will get filled
> > via DMA, and therefore must not be cached.
> Huh????  The 8260 is cache coherent, you don't need to do that.

OK. I've had more experience with the 860, and just assumed the
8260 had the same no cache requirement on DMA. Thanks.

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