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I am trying to build the mic module for Ubuntu. After following https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-many-integrated-core/topic..., http://arrayfire.com/getting-started-with-the-intel-xeon-phi-on-ubuntu-1... and with some of my own modifications, the build is successful.
After adding too many lines to my kernels, clBuildProgram() is returning the error CL_BUILD_PROGRAM_FAILURE from the driver. clGetProgramBuildInfo() returns the string "Error: out of memory." and nothing else. If I remove enough lines of code from my OpenCL code, the error goes away. If I change the device from CL_DEVICE_TYPE_GPU to CL_DEVICE_TYPE_CPU the error goes away. The total number of lines of code in my program is about 900.
Processor: 2.2 Ghz Intel Core i7
Graphics: Intel Iris Pro 1536MB
Hello Sir or Madam,
As we know KNC not support SSE..., and AVX.., It's only support IMCI instruction. So SSE intrinsic code can't compile in KNC. How about KNL, KNL is support SSE...SSE4.2 and AVX ...AVX-512. So there is my question, how to compile SSE intrinsic code in KNL.
Here is my part of code like:
void foo (U8 * pInput, U8 * pOutput)
__m128i vByte15_00, vByte31_16, vByte47_32, vByte63_48;
__m128i * pIn;
pIn = (__m128i *) pInput;