> place. Removing it completly also automagically saving data-cache
>Some cpus in this world allow data cache bypassing to be done during
>loads and stores, in fact optimal bcopy/bzero is implemented using
I think you misunderstood my email. I have not said that the only way to
avoid cache pollution is to use a peripheral doing DMA to memory.
I _only_ said that if the bzero will be done in DMA from a peripheral then
we won't have to bypass the cache during loads stores. I agree this point
is not very interesting for sane CPUs.
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