I have just upgraded to mpss 3.4.1 and experience that my /etc/passwd file of 1300 entries cannot...
I have just upgraded to mpss 3.4.1 and experience that my /etc/passwd file of 1300 entries cannot be processed in reasonable time during the micctrl --initdefaults.
I tried doing a Make on the linux driver module, linux-2.6.38+mpss3.4.2, and I get an error message, that intel_i2c.c, does not compile:
It seems that the behaviour of amplxe-cl has changed in 2015 and the knc-hotspots target is gone.
I just upgraded my nodes hosting 4 Xeon Phi's to CentOS 6.6. The kernel is 2.6.32-504.el6.x86_64. I also upgraded the OFED drivers to Mellanox 2.3-2.0.0.
I got an error when I try to run CFD code AVL Fire on mic!
Just see my workflow please:
Intel and Oracle describe the joint collaboration to co-engineer Oracle Exalytics X4-4, resulting in a combined hardware and software solution delivering optimal performance under varying workloads
I am curious if the Xeon Phi coprocessors, specifically if they can be used "out of the box" in existing OpenCL applications that support the Xeon OpenCL Framework?
Python has gained a lot of attention by the high performance computing community as an easy-to-use, elegant scripting language for rapid prototyping and development of flexible software.
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