The Intel® MPI Library is a high-performance interconnect-independent multi-fabric library implementation of the industry-standard Message Passing Interface, v3.0 (MPI-3.0) specification. This package is for MPI users who develop on and build for Intel® 64 architectures on Linux* and Windows*, as well as customers running on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor on Linux*. You must have a valid license to download, install, and use this product.
Can Intel Xeon Phi be configured to receive data direct from FPGA board, process them and send result to host memory?
I have large flow of input data and don't want to have redundant transfers (FPGA board ->Host Memory->MIC->Host Memory) over PCI. I want mor elegant scheme (FPGA board-> MIC->Host Memory)
I have currently an issue with micsmc that doesn't seems to display the font correctly.
Since this is static binary, I cannot find what kind of fonts it should use and I get some black cube instead (seem screen cap here).
Can someone help give me advice ?
(Notice I display on my X11 on my Mac using X forwarding with SSH, there is NO X11 on the server where the Phi is. The OS used it CentOS 7, the Phi works like a charm).
While trying to characterize some Phi performance over large numbers of OpenMP threads I've noticed strange behavior where programs hang with >256 threads.
I've pared things down to the following example:
Recently, we upgraded our system and have installed Mellanox OFED 2.2-1 in order to support native MPI calls between Xeon Phis. Our system is a mixture of non-Phi nodes and Phi nodes.
I do not succeed in lauching mpiexec. I'm working with Intel Fortran Compiler 11.1, and Intel parallel studio XE 2015, on windows 7.
In fact I'm using mpiexec to launch a hydraulic simulation with TELEMAC software (http://www.opentelemac.org). This software uses for parallel simulation MPICH2.
When I launch the command "mpiexec -n 4 xxx.exe", I'm asking to give my Account and my password. Is this password the password of the user of the computer? Or is it a password given by Intel with the installation?
When I try to run mpdboot on single node (RHEL7), but I got error message:
How do I know the status (busy or idle) of threads or core in MIC?
Is there any register to track thread's status?
Thanks in advance
I was wondering how does the application work in the MIC (native mode)?
Namely, how doing the program land in each core and precisely in the thread?
Thanks in advance.