I just came from the Intel press conference at Mobile World Congress where Renee James announced the new Intel Developer Program for Internet of Things (IoT) and I’m already hearing we have 75 developers lined up to get their hands on the devkits at our first IoT Hackathon happening just down the street.
I want to use scatter/ gather operation on MIC. I could not find any example which shows the usage of these operations. I wrote one sample program which scatter an array. if comment "mm512_i32scatter_ps" operation, program is executing with out any problem. if i use "mm512_i32scatter_ps" operation, I am getting error "offload error: process on the device 0 was terminated by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)". Please some help me out.
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Can anyone specify the cache sizes (L1, L2 and L3) of Intel GPU - HD 2500 in Ivy bridge i5-3470? The cache sizes of CPU is L1=128k, L2=1M, L3=6M. Does GPU use the same cache hierarchy or what?
I found references about "Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2014 Beta" on Intel INDE page..
I wanted to know if it's coming soon as it seems to support OpenCL Android development on Intel GPUs?!..
This is good news! hope this motivates Intel to support also Intel GPUs in OpenCL on Linux as Android it's similar to Linux (not?)
I want to compile a code that aims to run natively in mic cores in the host. The code complies well and run correctly in the host. [hpc1]$ icc -no-multibyte-chars test_mic.c -o test_mic -lcrypto [hpc1]$ ./rsa_mic I then compiled the same code for mic cores. As far as I know, when the option -mmic is added, the default paths for the include files and the libraries will change, so I point them out (-I/usr/include/ -L/usr/lib64/). It seems that something is wrong in linking the libcrypt library.
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The c code complies well with $ icc test.c -o test -lcrypto to run in the host. However when I want to build for mic cores, it went wrong. Any idea? Thanks very much for the help.
$ icc -mmic test.c -o test -lcrypto
test.c(4): catastrophic error: cannot open source file "openssl/rsa.h"
compilation aborted for rsa_mic.c (code 4)
Is there any ways paid or free that I can get access to a cluster with at least 1 Xeon Phi on it?
Thanks in advance!