I'm using MPSS 3.4.3 on windows.
I challenged to change mac address of each mic device by modification of "micN.xml".
But, it failed.
I tried following step.
1, Modify mac address term of "micN.xml".
2, micctrl -r
3, micctrl --start
( I also tried PC reboot. )
How to change mac address of each mic device?
I am attempting to get KNC (7120) working in a Win7 x64 system that is based on a DH77KC motherboard.
System boots and I can get into Windows, but the card is not usable, because it is listed in the device manager with a status: "This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)"
It is the only card physically plugged into the motherboard (I'm using integrated video). I've disabled most nontrivial devices through BIOS, up to & including front panel USB, with no effect.
We are deciding between the professional and cluster editions for use with a pair of Phis.
Is it mandatory to get the Cluster edition, or will the Professional edition suffice? The only differences seem to be Intel MPI related.
Would we not be able to use, for example GCC OpenMP? Could we instead use something like TBB?
I am testing the Intel Phi affinity with openMP. Please explain what is the default openMP affinity on Intel Phi. That is when #pragma omp parallel proc_bind(xxx) is not specifying.
If you are in the same boat as I am in. Compute node in the basement office this is going to be a nice quiet way to cool our Phi's.
I will be ordering a couple on payday and will report back :)
I am using a simple Merge Sort benchmark on the Xeon Phi. 78% of the total CPU time is consumed by "libiomp5.so"
I tried to reduce the watsed time by the OpenMP runtime library by setting the "export KMP_BLOCKTIME=0". Please note that the application is running natively on the MIC. I have also tried "export OMP_WAIT_POLICY=passive". No effect!
Why this does not have any effect on the execution time or the wasted CPU time?
I am implementing openMP offload program currently running on single Phi device.
My computing node has 2 Phi devices named mic0 and mic1.
Could you please let me know how I can extend the following code section to run on both devices simultaneously.
Assume the code sections can be run independently to each other where all data (input and output) are independent.
I need to know the structure of code and the directives to do it properly in openMP. Further, compilation method also required.