I run lstopo on my 4-socket 6238, Supermicro system and I get the following
figures: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/258337/lstop_odysseus_1.4.1.pdf and
It shows that each socket has 2 numanodes with 6 cores each. It shows a
shared L3 memory but dedicated L2 and L1. In other references, like:
I get that L1 is dedicated, L2 is shared by 2 cores and L3 shared by all 6
in the numanode.
What's the truth? Is lstopo wrongly reporting that?
I am running the latest stable version of Debian Linux (6.0.4 Squeeze) with
all updates and have hwloc v1.4.1 installed.
Any insight is welcome!