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main page from gem5 jump to: navigation, search the gem5 simulator a modular platform for computer-system architecture research about the gem5 simulator is a modular platform for computer-system architecture research, encompassing system-level architecture as well as processor microarchitecture. key features multiple interchangeable cpu models. gem5 provides four interpretation-based cpu models: a simple one-cpi cpu; a detailed model of an in-order cpu, and a detailed model of an out-of-order cpu. these cpu models use a common high-level isa description. in addition, gem5 features a kvm-based cpu that uses virtualisation to accelerate simulation. a nomali gpu model. gem5 comes with an integrated nomali gpu model that is compatible with the linux and android gpu driver stack, and thus removes the need for software rendering. the nomali gpu does not produce any output, but ensures that cpu-centric experiments produce representative results. event-driven memory system. gem5 features a detailed, event-driven memory system including caches, crossbars, snoop filters, and a fast and accurate dram controller model, for capturing the impact of current and emerging memories, e.g. lpddr3/4, ddr3/4, hbm1/2, hmc, wideio1/2. the components can be arranged flexibly, e.g., to model complex multi-level non-uniform cache hierarchies with heterogeneous memories. a trace-based cpu model that plays back elastic traces, which are dependency and timing annotated traces generated by a probe attached to the out-of-order cpu model. the focus of the trace cpu model is to achieve memory-system (cache-hierarchy, interconnects and main memory) performance exploration in a fast and reasonably accurate way instead of using the detailed cpu model. homogeneous and heterogeneous multi-core. the cpu models and caches can be combined in arbitrary configurations, creating homogeneous, and heterogeneous multi-core systems. a moesi snooping cache coherence protocol keeps the caches coherent. multiple isa support. gem5 decouples isa semantics from its cpu models, enabling effective support of multiple isas. currently gem5 supports the alpha, arm, sparc, mips, power and x86 isas. see supported architectures for more information. full-system capability. alpha: gem5 models a dec tsunami system in sufficient detail to boot unmodified linux 2.4/2.6, freebsd, or l4ka::pistachio. we have also booted hp/compaq's tru64 5.1 operating system in the past, though we no longer actively maintain that capability. arm: gem5 can model up to 64 (heterogeneous) cores of a realview arm platform, and boot unmodified linux and android with a combination of in-order and out-of-order cpus. the arm implementation supports 32 or 64-bit kernels and applications. sparc: the gem5 simulator models a single core of a ultrasparc t1 processor with sufficient detail to boot solaris in a similar manner as the sun t1 architecture simulator tools (building the hypervisor with specific defines and using the hsmid virtual disk driver). x86: the gem5 simulator supports a standard pc platform multi-system capability. multiple systems can be instantiated within a single simulation process. in conjunction with full-system modeling, this feature allows simulation of entire client-server networks. power and energy modeling. gem5’s objects are arranged in os-visible power and clock domains, enabling a range of experiments in power- and energy-efficiency. with out-of-the-box support for os-controller dynamic voltage and frequency (dvfs) scaling, gem5 provides a complete platform for research in future energy-efficient systems. see how to run your own dvfs experiments. co-simulation with systemc. gem5 can be included in a systemc simulation, effectively running as a thread inside the systemc event kernel, and keeping the events and timelines synchronized between the two worlds. this functionality enables the gem5 components to interoperate with a wide range of system on chip (soc) component models, such as interconnects, devices and accelerators. a wrapper for systemc transaction level modelling (tlm) is provided. download the current public release of the gem5 simulator is available at http://repo.gem5.org. (see the repository page for details.) auxiliary files are available on on our download page. additional details application-only support. in application-only (non-full-system) mode, gem5 can execute a variety of architecture/os binaries with os emulation or simplescalar alpha eio trace files. platforms. the gem5 simulator runs on most operating systems (linux, macos x, solaris, openbsd, cygwin) and architectures (x86, x86-64, arm, sparc, alpha, and ppc). however, all guest platforms aren't supported on all host platforms (most notably alpha requires little-endian hardware). it is readily portable to other hosts and other unix-like operating systems that are supported by gcc and/or clang. licensing. the gem5 simulator is released under a berkeley-style open source license. roughly speaking, you are free to use our code however you wish, as long as you leave our copyright on it. for more details, see the license file included in the source download. note that the portions of gem5 derived from other sources are also subject to the licensing restrictions of the original sources. documentation there are several sources of documentation for gem5: the most detailed and up-to-date documentation is on this wiki. the documentation page serves as a general table of contents for these pages. there is also a list of frequently asked questions. the mailing lists archives contain lots of useful information. please look at the sidebar for mailing list subscription information. we have archived material from various tutorials, which provide a more organized overview than the wiki, along with some "how to" information not currently found elsewhere. there are also a number of recent workshops outlining ongoing work, such as the full-day workshop at isca-42. a higher-level overview of gem5 can be found in our article the gem5 simulator from the may 2011 issue of acm sigarch computer architecture news. if you use gem5 in your research, we would appreciate a citation to this paper in any publications you produce. the gem5 code is (somewhat sparsely) commented with doxygen comments. you can browse the doxygen-generated documentation here. publications a list of publications using the gem5 simulator is also available. please append to the list if you publish a paper using gem5. if you use gem5 in your research, we would appreciate a citation to, the gem5 simulator, from the may 2011 issue of acm sigarch computer architecture news in any publications you produce. acknowledgments the gem5 simulator has been developed with generous support from several sources, including the national science foundation, amd, arm, hewlett-packard, ibm, intel, mips, and sun. individuals working on gem5 have also been supported by fellowships from intel, lucent, and the alfred p. sloan foundation. this material is based upon work supported by the national science foundation under the following grants: ccr-0105503, ccr-0219640, ccr-0324878, eai/cns-0205286, and ccr-0105721. any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the national science foundation (nsf) or any other sponsor. why is it called m5? retrieved from "http://gem5.org/wiki/index.php?title=main_page&oldid=8030" navigation menu views main page discussion view source history personal tools create account log in navigation main page documentation publications have a question? faq download gem5 source repository search source report bugs patch review mailing lists development recent changes help search   tools what links here related changes special pages printable version permanent link page information this page was last modified on 12 july 2016, at 11:06. privacy policy about gem5 disclaimers


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