Attached to this thread is a PDF containing :
- Guidance/communication on recent changes (and things Intel is considering) to make Cluster administration more straightforward
- Calls out some tips and tricks which may be useful (especially with the latest MPSS release)
- MPSS roadmaps (not cluster specific, general for all): release cadence, OS support, OFED roadmaps, and features planned for MPSS 3.3
If you have feedback or concerns (on OS support, etc.), please let us know!
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Intel is evaluating to offer a 4 hour web-based basic tutorial covering the fundamental principles of how to integrate an Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor into a Linux based cluster.
During the course each attendant would have remote access to a Linux server and be able to do each step as shown in the outline below. The course will be given free of charge. Requirements are an Internet connection, a web browser, and Putty. We are settling on the sharing technology we will be using, and will publish that at a later date.
The attached document describes some common issues and questions that have been reported and how they might be addressed.
E’ stata rilasciata ieri la versione R5 dell’SDK di Intel Perceptual Computing.
In questa verisone sono presenti delle ottimizzazioni e alcune nuove funzionalità nelle classi UtilCapture e UtilMPipeline per l’accesso diretto ai formati delle immagini e alle proprietà dei device.
Are you having problems with your hardware (Cannot see your Intel(R) Xeon Phi(tm) coprocessor? Sporadic accessibility?) or with the Intel(R) Manycore Platform Software Stack (Intel(R) MPSS) running reliably?
Attached to this post are PDF "flowcharts" that explain how you can troubleshoot the problem (note: Both Linux and Windows flowcharts are available), and shows what information you will want to collect if you need to escalate your issue to your OEM provider or Intel.