I need to compile a software package which requires blacs, however since about composer_xe_2013.5.192 blacs seems to have disappeared from MKL (except blacs for intelmpi and MIC). Where do I get the libmkl_blacs_sgimpt_lp64.a for intel64 for the newest composer_xe?
We are using intel's coverage tool for coverage tests and at the step where profmerge is called to generate DPI files from DYN, we get the following message:
Hellow my friends!
In MSVC2013 perfectly works for me this macro (which allow use enum class as flag enum and disallow convert to int):
I have implemented some code using two approaches. I am looking at the results (attached) and I can tell that the "faster" version had less branch mispredictions, less L1 instruction cache misses, less TLB misses but I cannot calculate how many CPU cycles were consumed. The total difference between the two designs is several billion instructions.
Could somebody please glance at my results and assist me in how I can determine where the "additional" CPU cycles were consumed?
These are the memory access costs I have found:
I just installed the VTune Amplifier XD (2013) evaluation edition (I have had a license key ordered but I have not yet received it).
I have found out a bug in Intel compiler.
Background: We are trying to delegate OpenMP calls (so even in hybrid projects with Intel and Microsoft compiler used, we ensure only one OpenMP stack is loaded).
Compiler used: Intel(R) C++ Compiler XE 220.127.116.11 [IA-32], Multifile IPO, Optimize on, Generate PDB (it works in 64 or Single IPO or Optimize off or without PDB).
Out code works perfectly and as expected when one of the previous setting is changed (unfortunatelly we need them to work)...
I've been struggling with MPSS installation for some time now.
I started out in Ubuntu cross-compiling, but then gave up for obvious reasons. (didn't seem worth the trouble)
I installed CentOS 6.4 minimally, and started building necessary stack from ground-up, finally installing MPSS 3.1.4.
After I finished I mistakenly issued command for C0 stepping (micflash without -smcbootloader option)
I knew it was a mistake because /sys/class/mic/mic0/stepping has 'B1' in it.
It obviously failed, and I found a similar case on Developer Zone
I am trying to run a hybrid mode(Xeon and MiC) of my application using MPI. However I keep getting this error.
I try using __svml_sin2 in inline ASM like the way compiler does. A code snippet as following,
"vmovupd (%1), %%ymm0\n\t" "call __svml_sin4\n\t" "vmovupd %%ymm0, (%0)\n\t" "sub $1, %%rax\n\t" "jnz 3b\n\t"
The program can build. But, the running output values are wrong.
I applied for Obtaining the Cryptography for Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives 8.0 Library Add-on Package yesteday.
After 24 hours, i didnot receive any response.
anybody can help me to check about this?