Determine whether an application has poor cache performance

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Modern computer system include cache memory to hide the higher latency and lower bandwidth of RAM memory from the processor. The caches has access latencies ranging from a few processor cycles to ten or twenty cycles rather than the hundreds of cycles needed to access RAM. If the processor must frequently obtain data from the RAM rather than the cache, performance will suffer. With Red Hat ...

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