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Efficient Virtualisation - 18.Dec.2014 9:52:38 AM   


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Popek and Goldberg defined when a CPU architecture is suitable for efficient virtualisation.

I know what to look for to find out if their theorem applies and how. But is there a list of CPU architectures somewhere that lists which architectures are compliant and which are not (and what instructions violate the definition)?

The Wikipedia article itself lists a few architectures but I am looking for something more complete.

Any ideas?
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