While using the shuffle operations in micvec.h (provided by Intel Composer 13.1), I found the template function of shuffle() cannot be correctly compiled. The contents are as below:
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We have issues with our program which uses offload mode on Windows. We think our issues are possibly related with something with coi_host.dll. We have callstacks that mention coi_host.dll but the callstacks do not seem to correspond to what we are observing with our code.
I am trying to divide my CPU into subdevices to solve a task parallel problem. Unfortunately I keep getting those CL_DEVICE_PARTITION_FAILED errors.
Here is what I tried:
I am trying to reduce latency for exchanging data between host and target via PINNED COIBuffers. Based on the description provided in the header file, PINNED buffers use shared memory so I am assuming they may provide the least overhead.
The problem I am running into is that my call to create even one such 32K buffer fails - the following call returns COI_RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED even after target has been freshly restarted: