|Subject:||R: [RFC PATCH v2] target/ppc: Enable hardfloat for PPC|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Feb 2020 13:00:32 +0000|
i can say MacOs Leopard use multiple cores on PowerMac G5 Quad the most of the apps did for Panter/Tiger/leopard use for sure 2 Core in smtp only apps did for Tiger/leopard use more than 2 Cores.
Ciao and thenks
Da: Qemu-ppc <qemu-ppc-bounces+intermediadc=address@hidden> per conto di BALATON Zoltan <address@hidden>
Inviato: mercoledì 26 febbraio 2020 12:28
A: Programmingkid <address@hidden>
Cc: Howard Spoelstra <address@hidden>; address@hidden <address@hidden>; qemu-devel qemu-devel <address@hidden>; David Gibson <address@hidden>
Oggetto: Re: [RFC PATCH v2] target/ppc: Enable hardfloat for PPC
On Wed, 26 Feb 2020, Programmingkid wrote:
> I think a timeout takes place and that is why audio stops playing. It is
> probably an USB OHCI issue. The other USB controller seems to work
Which other USB controller? Maybe you could try enabling some usb_ohci*
traces and see if they reveal anything.
>> The Amiga like OSes I'm interested in don't use multiple cores so I'm
>> mainly interested in improving single core performance. Also I'm not
>> sure if (part of) your problem is slow FPU preventing fast enough audio
>> decoding then having multiple CPUs with slow FPU would help as this may
>> use a single thread anyway.
> Good point. MTTCG might be the option that really helps with speed improvements.
Only if you have multithreaded workload in the guest because AFAIK MTTCG
only runs different vcpus in parallel, it won't make single emulated CPU
faster in any way. OSX probably can benefit from having multiple cores
emulated but I don't think MacOS would use it apart from some apps maybe.
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