At this time, we are not using non-temporal stores for shared memory
On Aug 13, 2008, at 11:46 AM, Ron Brightwell wrote:
>> MPICH2 manages to get about 5GB/s in shared memory performance on the
>> Xeon 5420 system.
> Does the sm btl use a memcpy with non-temporal stores like MPICH2?
> This can be a big win for bandwidth benchmarks that don't actually
> touch their receive buffers at all...
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