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I've fired up the Intel Software Manager, pressed the download buttons and it all looks like this:
So instead of pause buttons I get resume buttons. I've tried pressing them, they briefly turn into pause buttons.
So my question: is anything being downloaded or is this thing broken? Thanks.
P.S.: registration on this forum is atrocious. Finding this forum was next to impossible. The media upload thing is so far below I didn't notice it and uploaded elsewhere. Usability hint-hint!
When I typed "micnativeloadex MyTest -d 0" in Windows 7 to debug MyTest.exe ( mic + OpenMP), I got the error message below:
Unable to create remote process.
ssh to the coprocessor and run ps to verify the coi_daemon
It may be necessary to restart the mpss service.
But there is no problem to run mic+openmp application. I follow Intel debugger extersion for Intel MIC -VC2012. But it did work. How to debug it?
Thank you in advance.
I think i am happy now, please read again...
I have benchmarked parallel archiver using parallel LZMA using 5 threads on a quad core, so this have giving false results on the
So i have started parallel archiver with a single thread and this has giving a more accurate results, here is my correction please read again...
I have come to an interresting subject, so be smart and follow with me please...
I have come to an interresting subject, so be smart and follow with me
I have tried to do a worst scalability prediction with an HDD hardisk
for my parallel archiver(you will find my parallel archiver here:
http://pages.videotron.com/aminer/) with Parallel LZMA, and i think it's worst than what i have thought..
there is four things in my Parallel LZMA algorithm:
I have a question for you:
What is actually the technics that are used in the hardware
to scale and speed more the memory system and the harddisk system ? and
if those technics to speed the memory system and harddisk system
can make memory and/or disk bound applications scalable in today
and future multicore systems ?
Amine Moulay Ramdane
I correct please reread...
Today many parallel applications that are disk bound and/or
memory bound can not scale on multicore systems.
The question is not how to add more and more cores to a multicore system, the problem is how to scale and speed more the memory system and hardisk system to be able to scale many more applications
that are disk or/and memory bound.
Amine Moulay Ramdane.
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