Should a read-write mutex make it impossible for upgrade_to_writer() to be starved by new readers, even if there were some runtime overhead?
Compiler Version: icc 16.0.0
Advisor XE Version: 2016
I've added annotations as per the documentation and the tutorials provided with the tools which as follows
use advisor_annotate call annotate_site_begin( "MySite1" ) call annotate_iteration_task( "MyTask1" ) call annotate_site_end
Compiling it as
mpiifort -O3 -g -I/opt/intel/advisor_xe/include/ -L/opt/intel/advisor_xe/lib64/ -ladvisor abcd.f90 -o abcd.out
But when I try to do this Compilation error occurs
Is it possible to setup MIC to MIC passwordless ssh?
When I ssh from one MIC to another:
root@mic0 ~]# ssh mic1
The authenticity of host 'mic1 (192.168.1.21)' can't be established.
ECDSA key fingerprint is -------------------------------------------------------
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? ^C
What are the exact requirements for setup?
I'm trying to convert the following code from Matlab to c++
function data = process(data)
data = medfilt2(data, [7 7], 'symmetric');
mask = fspecial('gaussian', [35 35], 12);
data = imfilter(data, mask, 'replicate', 'same');
maximum = max(data(:));
data = 1 ./ ( data/maximum );
data(data > 10) = 16;
I'm trying to understand if Intel IPP support median filter for uint16
I have looked here
I want to learn C # programming language where you Start
In my program, I am not set restriction of OpenMP thread number, but I found it only using 4 OpenMP threads on my machine. Why?
My CPU configuration is (reported by Intel VTune ):
Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) Processor 2xxx Series
Frequency: 2.2 GHz
Logical CPU Count: 8
OS is windows 10.
Following is console output by pardiso and openmp while setting KMP_SETTINGS=1 and pardiso message level parameter to 1:
I'm trying to run a code using cilkplus. The idea is to initiallize an array in parallel, using cilk_for, and then read it, in parallel again, to compute some results. However, I have race conditions between instruction on the two consecutive cilk_for. Above you can find an example code that reproduces that error:
I am using Centos 6.7, kernel 2.6.32-573.3.1.el6.x86_64, OFED 3.18-1. From the release information I see that mpss 3.6 is supported on RH6.7, but I do not see the corresponding ofed-driver package in mpss-3.6/ofed/modules. I tried to build it myself, but I ran into the following error trying to rpmbuild ofed-driver in mpss-3.6/src
I am currently in trying to compile LTTng for the Xeon Phi for the first time, I started by trying to compile Userspace-RCU which should support the Xeon Phi, as x86_64-linux-k1om is recognized. I am using GCC provided in the MPSS release, as I do not need vectorisation for it. I am using a CentOs 6.6 computer with mpss 3.4.2 installed on it. Intel Parallel studio 2015 is also installed.
I am currently trying :
CC=/opt/mpss/3.4.2/sysroots/x86_64-mpsssdk-linux/usr/bin/k1om-mpss-linux/k1om-mpss-linux-gcc ./configure --host=x86_64-k1om-linux