Talk:Uniform memory access
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Removed note about caching... All processors have cache, if there is a discussion about cache coherency or uniform address space, that needs to be addressed in a less confusing manor. It makes it seem as if UMA has caching and NUMA does not.
- Yeah, but now the article suggests that in UMA all the memory, including CPU caches, is uniformly shared. I think the previous editor attempted to clarify this issue. --Kubanczyk (talk) 10:09, 19 April 2008 (UTC)