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M68K_SYNC_ICACHE(2)		   BSD/m68k System Calls Manual 	      M68K_SYNC_ICACHE(2)

NAME
     m68k_sync_icache -- instruction cache synchronization

LIBRARY
     m68k Architecture Library (libm68k, -lm68k)

SYNOPSIS
     #include <sys/types.h>
     #include <m68k/sync_icache.h>

     void
     m68k_sync_icache(void *start, size_t size);

DESCRIPTION
     m68k_sync_icache() synchronizes data and instruction caches over the specified region.  It
     should be called prior to executing newly generated code.

     The affected address range starts at start and continues for size bytes.  If start is 0, all
     the address space of the current execution thread is affected.  Addresses outside the speci-
     fied region may be synchronized, too.

     The call always succeeds.

SEE ALSO
     arm_sync_icache(2)

HISTORY
     m68k_sync_icache() appeared first in NetBSD 1.4.

AUTHORS
     Ignatios Souvatzis

BSD					 February 9, 1998				      BSD
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