We've just acquired a MIC and I'm doing some tests, unsuccessfully so far.
I'm compiling the int_sin.f90 that's in the directory /opt/intel/composerxe/Samples/en_US/Fortran/optimize.
This creates me the binary file in_sin.x and when I try to execute it I get:
-bash: ./int_sin.x: cannot execute binary file
Some useful info about the file and my linux version:
I'm trying to offload with TBB and I'm having trouble building on windows. Looking at tbb\examples\parallel_reduce\primes, it appears that this example was written to demonstrate offloading to the MIC but the makefile and the visual studio project do not have the required __TBB_MIC_OFFLOAD defined. When I add this (and also /Qtbb), I get a ton of warnings during compilation, followed by a compiler error:
I am looking for flag option that used to generate intermediate representation of OpenMP* on icc, such as explain in (1.7.1 Work Sharing Example).
Also, is it possible to extend icc compiler by adding new pragma (directive)?
Thanks in adavnce
I'm trying to configure external bridge network using examples from MPSS_Users_Guide.
I want to access host CPU and MIC from other PCs at the same subnet network.
Then, I wrote ifcfg-br0 file as follows
and executed following commands
we are designing the liquid cooling for Phi Coprocessor and I am thinking of overclocking of it. Normally it has 50 Celsium at maximum. Is there any way to increase it's speed to see the effect and make some survey for speeds and temperatures..
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