Tuesday, November 15, 2022

[fedora-arm] Re: My AArch64 SoC features table

Hi, Marcin!

On Tuesday, 15 November 2022 at 13:55, Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
> Recently I started one project: AArch64 SoC features table
> The goal is to collect /proc/cpuinfo dumps from misc AArch64 systems and
> generate table showing which cpu core features are supported in which SoCs.
> Handy if you want to play with SVE, SME or other feature you read about in
> Arm architecture announcements.
> Table is visible at [1] page. I also have a blog post [2] listing cpu
> features supported by Linux.
> To make it more useful I need help from other people - power on your aarch64
> systems and fill an issue [3] on github please.

I've got access to a slightly different variant (0x3) of the Neoverse N1
from the Oracle Cloud. Is that useful?

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