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35. 35 Results from running Skippy on Disk Alpha. a. 0 ms; determined at point 3 (P3) in the graph. b. 33 ms; determined at point 1 (P1) in the graph, or (more robustly) the y-axis difference between line 1 (L1) and line 2 (L2). The simplest way to think about this is to consider the transition from P2 to P3. At P2, the algorithm incurs the time of a full rotation plus the minimum transfer time (worst case), and at P3, just the minimum transfer time (best case). The difference between the two cases is the rotation time.

Finally, P15 gets the lock 70 cycles later, so it stalls a total of 2330 cycles. b. Test-and-test-and-set will have many fewer stall cycles than test-and-set because it spends most of the critical section sitting in a spin loop (which while useless, is not defined as a stall cycle). Using the analysis below for the bus transactions, the stall cycles will be 3 read memory misses (300), 1 upgrade (15) and 1 write miss to a cache (70 + 10) and 1 write miss to memory (100), 1 read cache miss to cache (70 + 10), 1 write miss to memory (100), 1 read miss to cache and 1 read miss to memory (70 + 10 + 100), followed by an upgrade (15) and a write miss to cache (70 + 10), and finally a L-34 ■ Appendix L Solutions to Case Study Exercises write miss to cache (70 + 10) followed by a read miss to cache (70 + 10) and an upgrade (15).

Start at the left, numbering chunks 0, 1, 2, . . , 5 across disks; then go to the next row, and instead number 11, 10, 9, . . , 6. This pattern aligns the chunks correctly in a pairwise fashion. 7 Your graph should be 12 by 12, and the following chunk pairs would conflict (and hence have lighter shading): (0, 0), (1, 1), . . , (11, 11), which fills the diagonal, (0, 3), (0, 7), (1, 4), (1, 9), (2, 7), (2, 10), (3, 5), (3, 8), (3, 11), and all pairwise complements (3, 0), (7, 0), and so on. 8 RAID 4 allocates parity blocks to a single disk.

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