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In the years we've had the MI400 list, I don't ever recall IBM asking the
list for any feedback like this on a instruction level.  This is totally

Thanks for asking...

Don in DC
MI400 founder and moderator.


On Fri, 10 Dec 2004, Paul Godtland wrote:

> A change is being contemplated to an esoteric option offered in
> the LOCKTSL (lock teraspace storage location) instruction. Changes
> to MI functionality are quite rare and never taken lightly but it
> seems unlikely that this particular option has much, if any, use.
> Is anyone using LOCKTSL? If so, is the "Lock the resolved single-
> level store location mapped to the teraspace storage location"
> option specified (i.e. a '1' value is given for the fifth bit at
> byte offset 0xE within the lock request template)? If so, please
> describe the reason for using this option, at a high level.
> Thank you.
> Paul Godtland, IBM
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