Invalidation of dirty lines
Sometimes, one or more dirty lines become invalidated from the cache.
This can only occur if an invalidate instruction is issued, or a core is reset with dirty lines in the cache.
A particular operation caused one or more dirty lines to become invalidated from the cache. This is likely to lead to data corruption. Although it is legal for this to occur, because it is sufficiently rare to want to do such a thing, the model issues a warning when this occurs.
<name>: Reset received whilst dirty lines exist in the cache. (Both secure and non-secure worlds) UD-ns-0000e6803cf64ae0-ish-iHittable-oHittable uD-ns-0000e6823ce64bd0-ish-iHittable-oHittable-prefetched uD-ns-0000e6803cf64ae8-ish-iHittable-oHittable UD- s-0000e6803ce64ac8-nsh-iHittable-oHittable-prefetched Total : 4
- Not-unique/Unique, in terms of ACE terminology.
- Not-dirty/Dirty, in terms of ACE terminology.
- Internal flags related to the implementation in the model of exclusive monitors.