Hello, Please help, when sewing devices computer crashes, how to restore the firmware on Xeon Phi 5110p?
I'm not sure I quite understand what you are saying. The micinfo command will not show the flash or SMC versions if the coprocessor is not booted. So, in this case, the output from the micinfo command does not actually mean that the that the flash or SMC are wrong or missing. Can you tell us more about what commands you ran and what you saw when the computer crashed? (Was that the host computer?)
after the last message, I did the following.1) The server is overloaded2) made as written readme.pdf item 3.13) after flashing, I was asked to press Y to restart after a reboot I got here such data, say all was OK with my device?
Device No: 0, Device Name: Intel(R) Xeon Phi(TM) Coprocessor
Version Flash Version : 2.1.02.0386 uOS Version : 220.127.116.11-g5f2543d Device Serial Number : ADKC25104470
Board Vendor ID : 8086 Device ID : 2250 Subsystem ID : 2500 Coprocessor Stepping ID : 3 PCIe Width : x16 PCIe Speed : 5 GT/s PCIe Max payload size : 256 bytes PCIe Max read req size : 512 bytes Coprocessor Model : 0x01 Coprocessor Model Ext : 0x00 Coprocessor Type : 0x00 Coprocessor Family : 0x0b Coprocessor Family Ext : 0x00 Coprocessor Stepping : B1 Board SKU : B1PRQ-5110P/5120D ECC Mode : Enabled SMC HW Revision : Product 225W Passive CS
Core Total No of Active Cores : 60 Voltage : 0 uV Frequency : 1052631 kHz
Thermal Fan Speed Control : N/A SMC Firmware Version : 1.8.4326 FSC Strap : 14 MHz Fan RPM : N/A Fan PWM : N/A Die Temp : NotAvailable
GDDR GDDR Vendor : Elpida GDDR Version : 0x1 GDDR Density : 2048 Mb GDDR Size : 7936 MB GDDR Technology : GDDR5 GDDR Speed : 5.000000 GT/s GDDR Frequency : 2500000 kHz GDDR Voltage : 0 uV
I have some reason the blue LED flashes on my device (
which team can test my device?
Your output from micinfo looks ok to me. It is normal for the blue light to flash when the card is powered up.
When was the version of Flash versioning: 2.1.02.0375I wrote micctrl --start and the blue LED was on all the time, but now that I did not do it constantly flashes
now look in the console dialogue:
PS C:\mpss\bin> micctrl --startOption '--start' is not allowed when Intel (R) Xeon Phi (TM) service is runningPS C:\mpss\bin> micctrl -smic0: readyPS C:\mpss\bin> micctrl --startOption '--start' is not allowed when Intel (R) Xeon Phi (TM) service is runningPS C:\mpss\bin> micinfo
MicInfo.exeVersion: 6720-12Copyright 2011-2013 Intel Corporation All Rights Reserved.
MicInfo Utility LogCreated Fri Jul 19 04:54:38 2013
System Info Host OS : NotAvailable OS Version : Microsoft Windows 6.2.9200.2 Driver Version : 2.1.6720.12 MPSS Version : 2.1.6720.12 Host Physical Memory : 17122 MB
*************************** The information below is not complete ******************************** Please start the MPSS service and run MicInfo again to view the entire output *******
Version Flash Version : NotAvailable uOS Version : NotAvailable Device Serial Number : NotAvailable
Board Vendor ID : 8086 Device ID : 2250 Subsystem ID : 2500 Coprocessor Stepping ID : 3 PCIe Width : x16 PCIe Speed : 5 GT/s PCIe Max payload size : 256 bytes PCIe Max read req size : 512 bytes Coprocessor Model : 0x01 Coprocessor Model Ext : 0x00 Coprocessor Type : 0x00 Coprocessor Family : 0x0b Coprocessor Family Ext : 0x00 Coprocessor Stepping : B1 Board SKU : NotAvailable ECC Mode : NotAvailable SMC HW Revision : NotAvailable
Core Voltage : NotAvailable Frequency : NotAvailable
Thermal Fan Speed Control : NotAvailable SMC Firmware Version : NotAvailable FSC Strap : NotAvailable Fan RPM : NotAvailable Fan PWM : NotAvailable Die Temp : NotAvailable
GDDR GDDR Vendor : NotAvailable GDDR Version : NotAvailable GDDR Density : NotAvailable GDDR Size : NotAvailable GDDR Technology : NotAvailable GDDR Speed : NotAvailable GDDR Frequency : NotAvailable GDDR Voltage : NotAvailablePS C:\mpss\bin>
instead of the data I get is that the device is off like, or what I do not understand? (
I recently bought a Xeon Phi and want to find out it works with me or not, how to check?
Die Temp : NotAvailable
GDDR Voltage : 0 uV
Is this normal?
The Intel(r) Xeon Phi(tm) coprocessor service on your server is running (I know this because when you type "micctrl --start", you get "Option '--start' is not allowed when Intel (R) Xeon Phi (TM) service is running") but the Linux kernel on the coprocessor is not running (I know this because when you type "micctrl -s", you get "mic0: ready".) There are a number of ways this can happen. The most common way is if you typed "micctrl -r" at some point.
To restart the operating system on the coprocessor, you can either start the coprocessor directly ("micctrl -b" - this works as long as the service is running) or you can stop and restart the service ("micctrl --stop" then "micctrl --start").
You seem very frustrated at this point. I would strongly recommend reading the Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor Developer’s Quick Start Guide for Windows* Host and I will see if I can find someone to give you more help.
After talking to the developers, they recommend that you go to the section 3 of the readme and repeat steps 1 to 8 as shown. I know you have already gone through this once but if you could repeat the steps, then get back to me, I would appreciate it.
Thank you so much that you do not forget about me)1) I tested your examples that come with the compiler. Everything is fine.2) what do you suggest I will do and I will write here.
Good afternoon, workers Intel Please look at my example and tell me whether I'm working with Xeon Phi.
Just to close out this issue - it did appear that the coprocessor was functioning. The examples referred to appear to be in https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/402285 and are addressed there.