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#571 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 29.01.2021 17:25

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Intel cpu5065B_platBF_ver07000020_2020-11-20_PRD_FA8921B6

#572 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 03.02.2021 15:45

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Intel cpu50657_platBF_ver05003005_2020-11-25_PRD_66041F35
Intel cpu50656_platBF_ver04003005_2020-11-25_PRD_DC065523
Intel cpu50654_platB7_ver02006A09_2020-11-05_PRD_24607645

#573 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by CivicObligation 07.02.2021 01:30

Couldn't find AMD cpu00100F63

#574 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 07.02.2021 12:49

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Zitat von CivicObligation im Beitrag #573
Couldn't find AMD cpu00100F63

Check the BIOS to see the included CPUIDs and update those. AMD tends to use one microcode CPUID for multiple CPU-reported CPUIDs.

#575 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by davidm71 08.02.2021 19:35

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Anyway to search the repository for older microcodes than the recent ones I see listed?

#576 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 08.02.2021 22:14

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Do you mean microcodes which existed at the Github repo at some point due to being latest or older microcode versions in general?

#577 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by davidm71 08.02.2021 22:37

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Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #576
Do you mean microcodes which existed at the Github repo at some point due to being latest or older microcode versions in general?



I mean the older microcode versions. Thought there was a way to drill down the list and find older versions?

Thanks

https://github.com/platomav/CPUMicrocodes

#578 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 08.02.2021 23:47

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If you mean old files in Github, I don't think it's possible via the GUI without manual traversing, maybe via git command line. If you mean MCE database microcode versions in general, MCE -search parameter.

#579 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by davidm71 08.02.2021 23:50

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Yes. The old files in Github. Will have to learn the command line then. Thanks.

#580 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 09.02.2021 20:58

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Intel cpuA0671_plat02_ver0000002C_2021-01-28_PRD_1CD9A975
Intel cpu806D0_platC2_ver0000004C_2020-11-04_PRD_38E3A8E9

#581 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by davidm71 10.02.2021 01:02

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@plutomaniac

Getting close to using the command line to search for a particular microcode. So far using :

git log --name-only --pretty=format:"%s:%n" | grep -E '406F1|MCE'

will show me all occurrences of 406F1 preceded by the MCE version they belong to. But it will also list every MCE volume dirtying up the search results.

Is there an easier way?

Thanks

#582 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by plutomaniac 10.02.2021 15:55

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AMD cpu00A00F11_ver0A001119_2021-01-07_BD70CC27
AMD cpu00A00F10_ver0A00103F_2021-01-05_FD147830


@davidm71

Oh nice, I tried it as well but could not do it properly (using those -S'text' options). Your command works. Not sure how to make it look better at the cmd directly.

#583 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by thurask 10.02.2021 17:17

Zitat von davidm71 im Beitrag #581
@plutomaniac

Getting close to using the command line to search for a particular microcode. So far using :

git log --name-only --pretty=format:"%s:%n" | grep -E '406F1|MCE'

will show me all occurrences of 406F1 preceded by the MCE version they belong to. But it will also list every MCE volume dirtying up the search results.

Is there an easier way?

Thanks



Bit of a kludge but maybe:

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git log --name-only --pretty=format:"%s:%n" | grep -E '406F1|MCE' | grep -B 1 '406F1' 
 

#584 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by CivicObligation 10.02.2021 17:17

Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #574
Zitat von CivicObligation im Beitrag #573
Couldn't find AMD cpu00100F63

Check the BIOS to see the included CPUIDs and update those. AMD tends to use one microcode CPUID for multiple CPU-reported CPUIDs.


Ok. I had been wondering why it wasn't in the bios already. Thank you

#585 RE: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale CPU Microcode Repositories Discussion by davidm71 10.02.2021 21:48

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Zitat von thurask im Beitrag #583
Zitat von davidm71 im Beitrag #581
@plutomaniac

Getting close to using the command line to search for a particular microcode. So far using :

git log --name-only --pretty=format:"%s:%n" | grep -E '406F1|MCE'

will show me all occurrences of 406F1 preceded by the MCE version they belong to. But it will also list every MCE volume dirtying up the search results.

Is there an easier way?

Thanks



Bit of a kludge but maybe:

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git log --name-only --pretty=format:"%s:%n" | grep -E '406F1|MCE' | grep -B 1 '406F1' 
 




Thanks. Will try it out later tonight. Next step is to extract that particular MC from the database. Was able to do it using the GUI Github for Windows app in an indirect kind of way. Selecting the microcode
within the app I would get a message that its not on the hard drive but it would point me back to the Github website with the correct version selected ready for download.

Not sure about command line how to select the correct volume and then extract the code?

Thanks

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