Must the following instruction wait for completion of a memory load ?

If a memory load need N cycles to be completed, must N instructions immediately followed the
load instruction wait even these N instructions do not need the result of load ?

thans a lot !

No, only the instruction that uses the result of the load (and any instructions following it) will stall waiting for the load.

Thanks for your quick feedback.
What’s more, is there any cycle penalty for a instruction which is immediately following a store instruction and change the source register of the store instruction ?
thanks a lot !

No. The only interlocks are trying to read or write a register that a previous long-latency instruction (load, multiply, divide) is still waiting to write.

Also if you write to a memory address than then try to read from the same address while the store is still in the write buffer (the depth isn’t documented) then there’s a 5 cycle penalty.