Actually I want to offload a function call in an for-loop which I run in parallel with Openmp.
I want to know about the thread scheduling techniques used in Intel Xeon Phi Processors, and what are the differences between Static, Dynamic and Block scheduling ?
I initially used these commands to establish the NFS functionality, but still got IOError: [Errno 37] No locks available.
I am trying to compile with the latest Intel compiler (version 16.0.3) a very simple code in which an OpenMP v4.x user defined reduction is offloaded to a MIC.
My adviser has a legacy application written in Fortran (mostly) with original dependencies on MKL, MKL BLACS (Intel MPI LP64), and ScaLAPACK.
Hi! I am now using Intel Parallel Studio Cluster Edition 2016 (update-2) for Windows! And I try my openmp program with Xeon-phi! When I build my program with the following command ==>>
I just got my code running on the MIC and was performing some benchmarks when the ssh terminal froze and the 'micinfo' command never returned.
New install and config of 3120.