The attached document describes how to interpret the messages in the micras.log file.
The attached document describes some common issues and questions that have been reported and how they might be addressed.
Larry Meadows from Intel Corporation has developed two simple tools for the Intel® Xeon® processor line as well as the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor that allow a user to determine how well their application is using the machine.
Are you having problems with your hardware (Cannot see your Intel(R) Xeon Phi(tm) coprocessor? Sporadic accessibility?) or with the Intel(R) Manycore Platform Software Stack (Intel(R) MPSS) running reliably?
Attached to this post is a PDF "flowchart" that explains how you can troubleshoot the problem (note: this applies if you are running the Linux* operating system on your host), and shows what information you will want to collect if you need to escalate your issue to your OEM provider or Intel.
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In the period prior to the launch of Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor, Intel collected questions from developers who had been involved in pilot testing. This document contains some of the most common questions asked. Additional information and Best-Known-Methods for the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor can be found here.
The Intel® Compiler reference guides can be found at:
I have a basic question. Suppose I offload the following three items ASYNCHRONOUSLY to the same mic device from the same thread on the host.
1. Offload a bunch of data tied to a pointer v at the host (in clause)
2. Offload a function call one of whose arguments is the pointer v
3. Offload a data output from the mic device to the pointer v (out clause)
I am trying to use the boost libraries in offload mode. In particular, I need the boost::serialization and boost::date_time libraries. I know that to be successful I would need a version of these libraries that contain also the mic binary code so that it can be copied to the mic at the beginning of the offload ..... how can I create such libraries? Anyone did successfully use any of the boost libraries in offload mode? (in native mode I know that this is possible and I did read the post on this forum explaining how to do it)
I installed Ganglia with MPSS_Users_Guide.pdf of mpss-3.1.
I am not clear what does it do. So, I install Ganglia with rpm.
When I restart the computer, the gmond command gone.
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