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    Phoronix: Improved Memory Bandwidth Throttling Behavior For Linux 6.9

    The x86 cache updates for Linux 6.9 offer an improved memory bandwidth throttling heuristic such as used by Intel Resource Director Technology (RDT) and also AMD EPYC CPUs with the resctrl code...

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    set by the user in the schemata file
    How do you use this?

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      Originally posted by Kjell View Post

      How do you use this?
      You don't.

      This is the very deep end of the very enterprise-y RAS/QoS and related technology stack. Only relevant if you are a cloud provider with piles of Xeon Scalable CPUs (in which case, you know all about this stuff already).

      Frankly, I've no idea why Michael even reports on these things. Perhaps he doesn't understand what this is, either.‚Äč

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