I have seen that one. But what i don’ t understand is if it would
flush both L1 and L2. Because only L1 has a separate data and
Depends which instructions you use but Hikey960 “to the
point of unification” means L1 only and "to the point of coherency"
means L1 and L2.
IC instructions only flush to the point of unification, so if you have
to flush the L2 you need to use the DC instructions and flush to the
point of coherency.