Intel E7-8891 v2 CM8063601377422 User Manual

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CM8063601377422
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Intel
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 Xeon
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Processor E7-2800/4800/8800 v2 Product Family
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Datasheet Volume Two: Functional Description, February 2014
Processor Uncore Configuration Registers
13.2.4.6
PMONUNITSTATUS
This field shows which registers have overflowed in the unit.
Whenever a register overflows, it should set the relevant bit to 1. An overflow should 
not effect the other status bits. This status should only be cleared by software.
We have defined 7 bits for this status. This is overkill for many units. See below for the 
bits that are used in the different units.
In general, if the unit has a fixed counter, it will use bit 0. Counter 0 would use the next 
LSB, and the largest counter would use the MSB.
HA: [4:0] w/ [4] = Counter4 and [0] = Counter 0
iMC: [5:0] w/ [0] = Fixed; 1 = Counter0 and 5 = Counter4
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QPI: [4:0] (same as HA)
PCU: [3:0]: [0] = Counter0 and [3] = Counter 3
IO IRP0: [0] = Counter0; [1] = Counter1
IO IRP1: [2] = Counter0; [3] = Counter1
13.2.4.7
PXPENHCAP
This field points to the next Capability in extended configuration space.
0:0
WO
0x0
Reset Counter Configs (resetcounterconfigs):
When this bit is written to, the counter configuration registers will be reset. This 
does not effect the values in the counters.
Type:
CFG
PortID: N/A
Bus:
1
Device: 16
Function:
0,1,4,5
Bus:
1
Device: 30
Function:
0,1,4,5
Offset:
0xf4
Bit
Attr
Default
Description
Type:
CFG
PortID: N/A
Bus:
1
Device: 16
Function:
0,1,4,5
Offset:
0xf8
Bit
Attr
Default
Description
31:7
RV
-
Reserved.
6:0
RW1C
0x0
Counter Overflow Bitmask (counteroverflowbitmask):
This is a bitmask that specifies which counter (or counters) have overflowed. 
If the unit has a fixed counter, its corresponding bitmask will be stored at 
position 0.
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