AP: application processor. it mean all processor except BSP
BSP: bootstrap processor. the first cpu is running, and it will start APs.
APC: I call the code that is running on AP only.
On 5/23/06, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006(a)gmx.net> wrote:
linuxbios_apc.rom is the code for ap. The code is
in it's own cache.
So BSP is executing the code in ROM and RAM, and at the same time the
APs executing code in cache.
The AP uncompress the linuxbios_apc.rom from rom to it's cache before
jump it. At that time the RAM on BSP is ready already.
Sorry, can you please explain what AP, APC and BSP are?