now it's more clear.
Thanks for the informations!
2011/8/4 Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault_at_[hidden]>
> Gabriele Fatigati, le Thu 04 Aug 2011 16:56:22 +0200, a écrit :
> > L#0 and L#1 are physically near because hwloc consider shared caches map
> > build topology?
> Yes. That's the whole point of sorting objects topologically first, and
> numbering them afterwards. See the glossary entry for "logical index":
> The ordering is based on topology first, and then on OS CPU numbers
> I.e. OS CPU numbers are only used when no topology information (shared
> cache etc.) provides any better sorting.
> > Because if not, i don't know how hwloc understand the physical
> > proximity of cores :(
> Physical proximity of cores does not mean logical proximity. cores can
> be next one to the other, and still share no cache at all. Forget the
> expression "physical proximity", it does not provide any interesting
> information. What matters is logical proximity. And that's *precisely*
> what logical indexes express.
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