* Andy Lutomirski <luto(a)amacapital.net> wrote:
You answered the wrong question. :) I understand the point of the
stores -- I don't understand the point of using non-temporal stores to *WB
memory*. I think we should be okay with having the kernel mapping use WT
WB memory is write-through, but they are still fully cached for reads.
So non-temporal instructions influence how the CPU will allocate (or not allocate)
WT cache lines.