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What happens if B evicts A from cache?


The transaction would have to be aborted, since the implementation would no longer be able to maintain a correct record of the read/write sets. This is which there's a long list of events that can cause a transaction to abort in an HTM implementation. You might be interested to read Intel's documentation on how to increase the likelihood transactions are not aborted. See more on slide 63.