Intel's Cache Monitoring Technology (CMT) feature was introduced with the Intel®Xeon® E5 2600 v3 product family in 2014. This feature enables fine-grained tracking of L3 cache occupancy, enabling detailed profiling and tracking of threads, applications or VMs.
Previous blog posts referenced below provide an overview of various aspects of the feature:
The mesh team has been hard at work and this week it’s Rick Edgecombe’s turn to shine with his release of the latest Mesh Agent for Android on the Google Play store. The improvements touch many aspects of the Android agent and so, we will have to look at this in detail:
While Intel did not release an Intel® vProTM Technology desktop with ME (Intel® Manageability Engine) Firmware v10, the later versions of firmware are backwards compatible as early as Intel® 7 series chipsets (ME 8.x originally).
The current Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) software does not recognize the existence of Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. In order to make the KVM recognize the coprocessors, we provide patches under the GPL license, to rebuild the kernel and qemu-kvm packages. The patches provided here are used for Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 6.2 (RHEL* 6.2).
Attached is a step-by-step procedure on how to make KVM on RHEL* 6.2 recognize Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, including a zip file of the patches.
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