5.15.7 Cache content trace
Traces the movement of data into and out of the cache.
<time> <scale> <cpu> CACHE <id> LINE <line> <operation> 0x<paddr><ns>
Timestamp (decimal value).
clk indicates that the timestamp is not related to real
time, but an increasing count.
Processor, or other component, that gave the instruction.
- Level and side, or system identifier, of the cache.
- Identifier of this line uniquely within this cache, expressed in hexadecimal.
- Notification for this cache line. One of the following options:
- (Processor caches) Line contains new read data.
- (Processor caches) Line contains no data.
- (Processor caches) Line contains new write data.
- (Processor caches) Write data is written back, still valid for reads.
- (System caches) Line is filled.
- (System caches) Line is evicted due to space pressure.
- (System caches) Line is cleaned due to maintenance operation.
- (System caches) Line is invalidated due to maintenance operation.
- Cache line physical address in hexadecimal.
- Cacheline security. Blank for Secure regime, or
_NS for Non-secure regime.