Intel® MKL may stall on systems with 32 cores or more

Reference Number: DPD200091604

Versions: Intel® MKL version 10.0 Update 3 - 10.2 Update 4

Product: Intel® Math Kernel Library for Windows*

Operating System: All supported Microsoft Windows* operating systems

Problem Description

An internal threading routine in the Intel Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) can hang if it detects 32 cores or more as reported by the operating system. This includes systems with 16 or more cores with HT turned on.

Resolution Status

Intel MKL 10.2 Update 5 fixes this problem.

A workaround for users of an affected version is to link to the sequential version of Intel MKL. See the link line advisor tool for more information.





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