MIC requires strict 64Byte data alignment to utilize vpu, but why? I found Sparc also have such an requirement. But other multi-core CPU can handle unaligned data.
I'm attempting to run a simple offload example:
Dear Intel Staff,
It always causes me exquisite pain to see someone laboriously copying down a long number from their computer screen, just to type it in to another window or application. Doesn't it for you?
Pointer Checker, is a key feature of the Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 which performs bounds checking, providing full checking of all memory accesses through pointers — and identifies any out-of-
The -check-pointers switch, which enables the Pointer Checker feature available in Intel(R) Parallel Studio XE 2016, cannot be used with the -static flag on Linux* (/MT on Windows*
I have a system with 2 PHI cards installed running on redhat 7.0. I am able to run code on the cards as pure offload and I can ssh into the cards. I am trying to get symmetric mode to work.
What would happen if you were hauling a trailer down the road, and suddenly you realized that the trailer you thought you were pulling passes you on the highway.
I'm trying to build something for the Phi that depends on iconv; the library routines are present , but the following application fails when run on the Phi:
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